Session organizer extraordinaire David Bialik is putting out the word that he welcomes ideas for topics of his broadcast and streaming sessions at the 129th Audio Engineering Society Convention in San Fran this November.
Bialik does a great job at planning, and brings a great deal of zeal to his task. When he really gets going, the panels he puts together can be spectacular. Over the years he was among the first to assemble panels about digital radio, and he has attracted some real legends to his sessions on audio processing. I've moderated a couple of panels about facility design at his invitation, so I know how much work he puts into getting good content together for the annual AES.
If you have a good idea or perhaps wish to participate, e-mail him at email@example.com, and tell him Paul McLane at Radio World sent you.
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