The IEEE Broadcast Technology Society has issued a call for papers for its Oct. 13–16 IEEE Broadcast Symposium in Orlando, Fla. The deadline for submitting abstracts is April 10.
A release says, “Authors are encouraged to submit extended abstracts, up to 1,000 words, proposing timely and relevant technical papers relating to broadcasting technology. Proposals for organizing session panels are also strongly encouraged.”
It also mentions topics that would be of interest to a radio audience, such as digital radio, AES interoperability, advanced audio and RF modulation technologies, streaming of broadcast content, metadata systems and more.
IEEE Broadcast Technology Society President William T. Hayes, director of engineering and technology, Iowa Public Television, said, “The conferences would not be possible without the high caliber of presentations that are given by expert industry peers. We’re looking forward to seeing a broad cross section of abstracts proposing topics of wide interest to our membership.”
Proposals may be submitted by email.