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Audio codec solutions provider Tieline has released a free 2021 eBook. It explores how IP audio contribution and distribution infrastructure is adapting to the new landscape in radio broadcasting.
The book outlines trends in centralization and how the latest studio hardware and software solutions integrate into existing and future studio designs. It also explores the importance of remote-control functionality to support REMI (remote integration) workflows.
“Tieline is a manufacturer and plays a role as a thought-leader in the world of broadcast,” says Will McLean, Tieline’s CEO. “We continually work with our customers and partners to innovate and build the future of radio broadcasting together. We have consulted widely in putting this eBook together and hope you find information within it useful.”
You can download the free eBook here.