Object Audio at Work in Immersive and Mobile Applications, Disruptive Trends in Audio Production and Distribution
Sunday, April 12
Alexis Park Hotel in Las Vegas
The DTV Audio Group, in association with the Sports Video Group, invites you to attend the 2015 DTV Audio Production and Distribution Seminar at NAB. The seminar will be held from 1pm to 6 pm on Sunday, April 12, 2015, and will take place at the Alexis Park Hotel at 375 East Harmon Avenue in Las Vegas.
This year’s seminar reflects the rapid migration of object audio technology out of the lab and into consumer devices. We will take a firsthand look at how production and distribution of next-generation immersive audio content for premium services is currently being deployed on a network scale, as well as getting an early look at practical implementation of object driven interactivity for mobile. We will continue to examine the transition to infrastructure virtualization over IP networks and will discuss the long term implication of audio production “in-sourcing” of remote operations from the field back into the plant.
DTV Audio Group Meeting at NAB, Sunday April 12th 2015, Alexis Park Hotel Las Vegas
5.1 for Everyday Use; Production In-Sourcing in Action; Objects, Objects, and More Objects!
Roger Charlesworth, Executive Director, DTVAG
1:00: AES-67 UPDATE
Kevin Gross, Principal, AVA Networks
1:20:PRACTICAL 5.1 WORKFLOW FOR NEWS GATHERING AND FIELD PRODUCTION
Michael Nunan, Senior Manager Broadcast Operations, Audio, Bell Media
1:50:REMOTE PRODUCTION INTEGRATION AT ESPN
Henry Rousseau, Coordinating Technical Manager, ESPN
2:20:IMPACT OF IP BROADCAST INFRASTRUCTURE
Felix Krückels, Senior Product Manager, Lawo AG
2:40:LIVE CONTRIBUTION WORKFLOW FOR OBJECT AUDIO
Fadi Malak, Director of Corporate Strategy and Development, DTS
3:30: STANDARDIZING THE INTERCHANGE OF OBJECT-BASED PROGRAMING
Update on Audio Definition Model in ITU-R
Scott Norcross, Manager Audio Technology, Office of the CTO, Dolby Laboratories
3:40: INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT AUDIO RENDERING PHILOSOPHIES
Jeffrey Riedmiller, Senior Director Sound Group, Office of the CTO, Dolby Laboratories
4:00: LEVERAGING OBJECTS FOR PERSONALIZATION
Rob France, Senior Product Marketing Manager Dolby Laboratories
4:30:PLANNING FOR IMMERSIVE AUDIO PREMIUM PROGRAM PRODUCTION
Sean Richardson, Executive Director, Principal Audio Engineer, Starz Entertainment
5:30: RECEPTION IN FOYER
By Dan Daley, Audio Editor, Sports Video Group “Better, faster, cheaper — pick two.” That nostrum of technology has proved valid for most verticals in the digital era but not for wireless audio. “It has to work every time without fail, it has to be high-performance, it has to be affordable, it has to be […]Read More...
The mission of the DTV Audio Group is to help our industry meet the potential of digital television audio with consistency and efficiency through education and communication. This year’s program features discussions on UHF Spectrum Battle, Audio Production Training and Education, Near-Field Monitoring for Multi-Channel Audio, Virtualization of Audio Infrastructure, and Practical Implementation of Object […]Read More...
By: Dan Daley, Audio Editor, SportsVideo.org The FCC announced that the voluntary auction of UHF spectrum in the 600 MHz range, scheduled to take place in mid 2015, will be delayed until some time the following year. For manufacturers of wireless microphones, the delay postpones the time when wireless users must vacate the 600 MHz […]Read More...
DTV Audio Group Forum at AES: The Implications of Streamed Content Delivery on the Evolution of Television Audio Services
AES 137, Los Angeles 2014 The Implications of Streamed Content Delivery on the Evolution of Television Audio Services Friday October 10; 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Content delivery is converging on a streamed model whether for mobile, over the public internet, within the walled garden of the MVPD, or over next generation broadcast services. Virtualized […]Read More...
Accompanying R&O Expands Licensing for Professional Wireless Mic Users With the release on June 2 of the FCC’s Incentive Auction R&O, following the May 15 vote—a 3-2 decision along party lines—the long-term future looks bleak for wireless microphone and IEM operators. According to Roger Charlesworth, Executive Director, DTV Audio Group, “It’s as grim as we […]Read More...
(Proficiency in mathematics not required–drink plenty of coffee) Produced by the DTV Audio Group Click here to hear the Webinar Presenter: Introduction: Tim Carroll Dave Mazza Linear Acoustic/The Telos Alliance NBC Olympics, SVP/CTO Presented By: Sports Video Group Brought to you by the DTVAG Sponsors: Calrec Audio, Dale Pro Audio, Dolby, DTS, Lawo, and Linear […]Read More...
It is inevitable that the amount of RF spectrum available to audio professionals will be significantly reduced as a result of the FCC’s proposed Broadcast Television Spectrum Incentive Auction of the 600 MHz band and the consequent repacking of the UHF spectrum. Following closely on the heels of the FCC’s 700 MHz band auction in […]Read More...
2014 DTV Audio Production and Distribution Seminar at NAB Sunday, April 7 at the Alexis Park Hotel in Las Vegas Production and Distribution Infrastructure Virtualization, Next-Generation Audio Encoding Technologies and Workflow The DTV Audio Group, in association with the Sports Video Group, invite you to attend the 2014 DTV Audio Production and Distribution Seminar at […]Read More...
DTV Audio Group Production and Distribution Forum at AES: Audio Production in an Evolving Television Distribution Landscape
DTV Audio Group Forum “Audio Production and Distribution in an Evolving Television Delivery Landscape” 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Friday, October 18, 2013 The forum is intended to explore the opportunities and challenges presented by advanced encoding schemes and to debate whether ubiquitous mobile and over-the-top content delivery demands a retrenchment to more limited audio […]Read More...