With IP at the heart of broadcasting’s future, codecs are increasingly the gateways of content assimilation and distribution
Hosted by Jeff Walton, the weekly event brings in featured guests to discuss a range of topics related to Radio transmission. The company says the format is informal and it encourages attendees to actively participate with questions and comments.
Transmission Talk Tuesday sessions qualify for 1/2 SBE re-certification credit. You can register for upcoming sessions as well as access previous ones here.
Previous topics include storm preparedness, accessing difficult-to-reach transmitter sites, HD Radio, grounding and lightning protection, remote site monitoring, STLs, IP security and customer service questions.
Nov. 10 at 12 p.m. EST (6 p.m. CET)
It’s Broke, What Do I Do Now?
This session will talk about some general troubleshooting tips, whether transmitter or audio processor, or something else in the air chain, as well as provide some resources for finding thoughts and ideas fast.
Guests include: Adam Middelkoop and Shane Toven
Nov. 17 at 12 pm EST (6 p.m. CET)
This session will expand on a paper Jeff wrote for NAB a few years back and talk about the primary challenges seen by an HD implementation and the best ways to resolve those challenges — or why they’re no longer challenges at all for current implementations.
Guests include: Ed Bukont and Tom Ray
Nov. 24 at 12 p.m. EST (6 p.m. CET)
People in Our Industry Episode 1
Gary and Cindy Cavell are a husband and wife team who make up the Cavell part of Cavell, Mertz & Associates, Inc., an engineering consulting firm in Manassas, Virginia. Both winners of the NAB Engineering Achievement Award, Gary for Radio and Cindy for Television, this session should be a lot of fun as they talk about the times stuff didn’t always go according to plan!