Tech Focus: Broadcast-Audio Education, Part 2 — Manufacturers Offer Online Learning

One consistently available source of training for broadcast-sports audio has been the manufacturers of the equipment used to capture it, mix it, and transport it. Of course, the majority of the training modules focus on the brands’ own products and are part of marketing strategies. Click here for Tech Focus: Broadcast-Audio Education, Part 1 — […]  More

As Boxing Coverage Goes Beyond the Ring, RF and Intercoms Are Key for Audio

HBO, the platform that created modern pay-per-view for some of boxing’s biggest battles, said farewell to the sport last September after 45 years as the broadcaster for many of the main bouts in professional pugilism. Since then, others have picked up some of the slack, including Showtime with Championship Boxing and ShoBox: The Next Generation […]  More

DTV Audio Group at NAB 2019

Advanced Television Audio Forum Sunday, April 7th at the Alexis Park Hotel in Las Vegas The DTV Audio Group, in association with the Sports Video Group, invites you to attend the 2019 [email protected] Advanced Television Audio Forum. The forum will be held from 12 pm to 6 pm on Sunday, April 7th, 2019, and will […]  More

NBC Sports Goes Deep To Cover NHL Sound Live and in Follow-Up Special

Continuing the intensely intimate and comprehensive on-ice coverage that NBC Sports offered for the NHL All-Star Weekend, tomorrow’s 2019 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers on NBC will have up to a dozen players, officials, and coaches miked. In addition, all that audio will be rolled into an […]  More

AES Dublin Convention Workshops Dig Deep

— In-depth examinations of audio science and its application are core to the AES Dublin program — New York, NY, February 13, 2019 — Workshops at AES Conventions gather the brightest minds in audio science and education to share their knowledge and inspire attendees. Fulfilling the AES Dublin 2019 promise to “Excite Your Ears,” the […]  More

Tech Focus: Intercom Technology, Part 1 — RF Disruption, IP Development Drive Evolution of Back-of-House Comms

Like the larger microphone market, intercoms’ transition to wireless might once have been considered an inevitable progression. But, as with microphones, there are plenty of applications and arguments for both tethered and untethered versions, especially given the disruption that the RF environment experienced as a result of FCC-mandated frequency reallocations (which affects both product categories). […]  More

Where is TV audio description heading in 2019? reports that it’s 25 years since the first audio described (AD) programme arrived on UK television (believed to be Coronation Street) and since then the amount of AD television has hugely grown. Last year there were 150,000 hours of it in the UK. Frustratingly for people who are blind or who have sight loss, […]  More