SVG Europe announces Sound Talks: Next Generation Intercoms registration open with Eurosport, Sky Sports, Telegenic and CTV OB
SVG Europe is excited to announce that registration is open for Sound Talks: Next Generation Intercoms, which will focus on the all-important communications infrastructure for every size of sports broadcast.
Taking place on Tuesday 9 June at 4pm (UK time), networked systems, audio-over-IP, and decentralised routing will get top billing with speakers from Eurosport, Sky Sports, Telegenic and CTV OB, along with evolving systems and practices to fit a developing world of remote and automated production.
With title sponsor Telos Alliance, registration sponsor TSL Products and associate sponsor, Riedel, vendors, integrators, and engineers will discuss these and other subjects, complemented by real-world experiences.
The event will kick off with Thought Leaders Perspectives from Martin Dyster, Telos Alliance, VP of business development. Dyster will examine the emerging challenges to intercom design presented by rapidly evolving production workflows and discusses the solutions provided by the newly-expanded Telos Infinity Virtual Intercom Platform (VIP).
We will then move into the Audio Insider Perspectives session, where chair, industry consultant Roger Charlesworth, will speak to Anthony Sachot, Eurosport’s director of local markets engineering, Emma Penny, Sky Sports’ A1 sound supervisor, Craig Carroll, Telegenic’s head of sound, Ian Smith, CTV OB’s head of sound, and Tim Puschkeit, Riedel’s technical director at the America’s Cup.
Here our panel of experts from the coalface of sports broadcasting audio will explore how intercom systems need to evolve to reflect our rapidly changing workflows. We look at how we have outgrown a centralised intercom system, why intercoms technology needs to adapt to stay in line with video advancements, and what needs to happen next.