Euro 2024: Details on the Host Broadcast Audio Plan for Germany

UEFA, as host broadcaster, is providing an extensive audio set up for match coverage, and match day minus 1, during Euro 2024. The audio production plan is based on various key deliverables, including high-quality stereo TV international sound (TVIS), Dolby surround sound and immersive audio. The surround sound is encoded and embedded on the world feed via satellite only. Read More…

Islands In The Stream: The Art of Constructing an Audio Over IP Network on the Go

In last month’s SVG Europe Audio Summit there was a lot of talk about IP which went way beyond what it promises to deliver and how it can enable broadcasters […]  More

Power to the People: How the Sound of the FA Cup Tells Stories

We all love an underdog, and the FA Cup is all about the underdog. Established in 1871, the FA Cup is not only the oldest football knockout competition in the […]  More

Audio-Technica Announces Broadcast Partnership With MotoAmerica

In an exclusive relationship announced today, Audio-Technica will serve as official broadcast partner for microphones and headphones for the MotoAmerica race series.  More

CBS Sports Audio Lets Viewers Listen in at PGA Championship

CBS Sports’ coverage of the PGA Championship’s first round, which kicked off Thursday, is marked by a few new wrinkles. Notable among them is an in-ear development: Apple’s AirPod Pro […]  More

New Orleans Saints, Pelicans Make Music Center Stage — Wirelessly

Imagine doing the scaled-down equivalent of a Super Bowl Halftime Show and doing it as six or more times a game. That’s what The Sound Source owner Tim Kilbride had […]  More

Eurovision Song Contest Rivals Largest Sports Productions in Scale and Reach

Is there a broadcast competition that could dwarf the recent NFL Draft or even the Olympics? There is, and it took place on Sunday in Liverpool, UK. With “teams” from […]  More

Tech Focus: Training, Part 2 — Manufacturers’ Online Audio Learning

One consistently available source of training for broadcast-sports audio has been from the manufacturers of the equipment used to capture, process, mix, and transport it. Of course, the majority of […]  More

Tech Focus: Training, Part 1 — Changes Reflect Complexities of Broadcast-Audio Workflows

COVID may be largely over, but it has left its mark on broadcast-audio workflow. From the lowliest midweek match to the Olympics, remote control of at least some aspects of […]  More

NAB 2023: IP, Immersive, and Streaming Audio Are Here; AI Is on the Horizon

The 2023 NAB Show last week marked the 100th anniversary of broadcasting’s biggest event — and set the tone for the next century of technological change.  More

NAB 2023: DTV Audio Group Meeting Tackles Loudness in Streaming, Versioning, Automation

The DTV Audio Group’s annual NAB Show meeting on April 17 dealt with a variety of issues facing broadcast audio, particularly in broadcast sports.  More

Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA) and Shure Incorporated Offer 3rd Annual Mark Brunner Professional Audio Scholarship

The Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA), in partnership with Shure Incorporated, is accepting applications for the 3rd annual Mark Brunner Professional Audio Scholarship, offered to students worldwide who are pursuing […]  More

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