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SBE to Hold Ennes Workshop in NYC Next Month

The event in October features an AM radio executive panel

The Society of Broadcast Engineers’ Ennes Workshop, presented by SBE Chapter 15 in New York City, will be held on Saturday, Oct. 21.

Held at WRHU, located at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., the workshop runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and “offers an engaging lineup of sessions, hands-on demonstrations and a dynamic trade show,” according to the SBE chapter.

Among the topics explored during the workshop, the adoption of NextGen Broadcast will be discussed in a presentation by retired broadcast engineer Fred Baumgartner.

Also, Mike Pappas, field engineer and VP of business development at Orban, will offer solutions for overcoming “the last-mile challenges of delivering content from the cloud to transmitter sites,” said the SBE chapter in a press release.

“Shane Toven, a certified broadcast engineer, will shed light on how virtualization isn’t just for large enterprises, but can also benefit individual transmitter sites and small studio clusters,” read the release. “Plus, Kirk Harnack from Telos Alliance explores the exciting world of containerized broadcast systems and how they are reshaping radio broadcasting.”

One of the workshop’s highlights is an “AM Radio Executive Panel” that delves into the challenges and opportunities the senior band faces in today’s digital landscape.

Registration is open now, with special rates available for students.

The keynote address will be delivered by Telos President Frank Foti.

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