Register Now for DTV Audio Group Seminar at NAB 2015
If you are attending NAB 2015, don’t miss the DTV Audio Production and Distribution Seminar on Sunday, April 12 at the Alexis Park Hotel from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. PT.
This year’s seminar entitled, “Object Audio at Work in Immersive and Mobile Applications, Disruptive Trends in Audio Production and Distribution” reflects the rapid migration of object audio technology out of the lab and into consumer devices. The seminar 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.
Roger Charlesworth, DTVAG, Executive Director
Rob France, Dolby Laboratories, Senior Product Marketing Manager
Felix Krückels, Lawo AG, Senior Product Manager
Fadi Malak, DTS, Director of Corporate Strategy and Development
Scott Norcross, Dolby Laboratories, Manager Sound Platform Group, Office of the CTO
Michael Nunan, Bell Media, Senior Manager Broadcast Operations, Audio
Sean Richardson, Starz Entertainment , Director of Post Production, Audio
Jeffrey Riedmiller, Dolby Laboratories, Director Sound Platform Group
Henry Rousseau, ESPN, Coordinating Technical Manager
Jim Starzynski, NBCUniversal, Director and Principal Audio Engineer
- Case Study: Practical Implementation of Immersive Audio for Premium Network Content
- Audio Rendering: Defining the Limits of Adapting Audio Programs to Multiple Listening Environments
- Interactivity, Objects, and Mobile: Examination of Practical Use Cases
- File Interchange and Interoperability: Addressing the Challenges of Audio Deliverable Intercompatibilty Among Multiple Production and Distribution Formats
- IP Audio Update: Progress Toward Production Infrastructure Virtualization
- Audio Production In-Sourcing: Leveraging Communications and IT Infrastructure to Bring Remote Production Into the Broadcast Plant
Registration is open to all SVG members and members of the digital television audio community.