WBA 2017 Broadcasters Clinic: Telos Alliance To Present Sessions in Education

The Telos Alliance will be leading two panels at the WBA 2017 Broadcasters Clinic, exhibiting in its own booth (#46) as well as with dealer partner Broadcasters General Store (BGS) (booths #11-14), and sponsoring the WBA 2017 Broadcasters Clinic at the Madison Marriott West Hotel in Middleton, WI, October 10-12. WBA 2017 Broadcasters Clinic attendees are invited to come see broadcast audio products from Telos Alliance Radio and TV Solutions Groups at both the Telos Alliance booth (46) and BGS Booths (11-14).

The sessions are as follows:
Virtual Talkshow and Sports Production: Convenient Connections Create Compelling Content” by Kirk Harnack on Tuesday, October 10th, at 1:15pm CT–Superior Room

This session is about the convenient connections create compelling content. Telecom technologies like SIP/VoIP are becoming less mysterious. Along with fast Internet and VPNs, they not only enable flexible workflows, they allow alternatives to single-studio or expensive remote solutions.
This presentation demonstrates some clever implementations in use now, as well as previews strategies and techniques for achieving effective talkshow and other radio production workflows.
“Adopting VoIP/SIP to Improve Live Coverage Workflows While Slashing Expenses” by Martin Dyster and Kirk Harnack on Thursday, October 12th, at 11am CT–Superior Room
Live coverage television is rife with difficulties and every TV facility is looking to cut expenses. More TV stations are discovering VoIP/SIP service along with the modern studio equipment that makes it effective. From instant IFB connections to great-sounding severe weather spotter reports, VoIP/SIP technology and equipment is improving audio quality both behind the scenes and on air.
This presentation demonstrates how TV stations are improving in-the-field reporting while saving hundreds to thousands on their telecom costs. In an effort to continue its support of smaller regional shows, the Telos Alliance will also be sponsoring the WBA Broadcasters Clinic breaks and attendee breakfast today, Wednesday, October 11.

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