A session of the upcoming virtual Pro Audio & Radio Tech Summit will explore trends in audio over IP for radio broadcasters.
Moderated by Radio World Editor in Chief Paul McLane, the 30-minute session will discuss what radio infrastructure planners need to know about current trends, including implications of the new WFH environments that are now part of everyday life for broadcasters.
Panelists will include Ed Bukont of E2 Technical Services & Solutions, an experienced media systems consultant and engineer who works often with networked audio; Michael LeClair, chief engineer of WBUR in Boston, who wrote and edited Radio World’s most recent ebook about AoIP trends; and Chris Crump, senior director of sales and marketing for Comrex, whose products play a key role in the AoIP workflows of many radio broadcast operations.
The one-day virtual event is free and includes separate tracks exploring radio and pro audio technology topics, as well as a virtual show floor that allows attendees to interact with exhibitors and learn about new products.
Also that day, NAB’s David Layer and John Clark will give the radio track keynote about hybrid radio and Android Automotive, two key technology developments that affect radio. Another of the 10 sessions available that day will cover virtualization, featuring Roz Clark of Cox Media and Alan Jurison of iHeartMedia.
This virtual event is produced jointly by Mix magazine, Pro Sound News and Radio World.