AES Outlines Broadcast and Streaming Sessions

Convention will be in San Francisco in two months
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An earlier version of this story contained incorrect dates for the convention.

The upcoming Audio Engineering Society convention in San Francisco, Nov. 4 to 7, will offer plenty to keep radio people busy.

David Bialik, again the chairman of broadcast and streaming sessions, has provided a list of current session plans; they range from IP network distribution to audio for newsgathering and careers in broadcasting.

Architect/Acoustician John Storyk of Walters-Storyk Design Group will chair a panel exploring details to be addressed when designing or upgrading a broadcast production/post-production facility.

Bialik will moderate a session about innovations in digital radio, including speakers from NAB, CEA and Cox Radio.

A session on audio processing for streaming will be moderated by Bill Sacks and include speakers from Omnia, Orban and CBS.

Tom Ray of Buckley Broadcasting, a Radio World contributor, will moderate a discussion of audio processing for radio; Frank Foti and Bob Orban are among those expected to take part.

Kirk Harnack of Telos and Igor Zukina of Streamcom Ltd. will talk about PungaNet, a subject of a recent User Report in Radio World.

Details are still being developed. Show information is here. Radio World will have more about sessions as they develop and in an upcoming preview article.

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Broadcast Sessions at AES

These are among the broadcast program sessions at the AES convention in San Francisco. Other sessions cover topics including DTV audio myths and lip sync issues.