Register Now for DTV Audio Group Event at AES on Oct. 18

The DTV Audio Group will host a wide range of audio issues at AES this Friday, Oct. 18 at the Javits Convention Center, Room 1E08. “Audio Production and Distribution in an Evolving Television Delivery Landscape”  will discuss object-oriented audio and advanced channel formats in next generation services; how to deliver a quality audio experience to mobile devices and over-the-top devices; making multichannel music mixes more compatible with stereo playback; and facing the reality of shrinking professional wireless spectrum.

There is no DTV separate registration page so make sure to register at the AES site here.

After a keynote address by SVG Chairman Tom Sahara, VP of operations and technology, Turner Sports, the forum will offer the following panels:

A Paler Shade of White: Facing the Realities of Shrinking Professional Wireless Spectrum
Mark Brunner, Shure, Senior Director of Global Public Relations
Joe Ciaudelli, Sennheiser, Director, Advanced Products and Engineering
Henry Cohen, CP Communications, Senior RF Design Engineer
Peter Larsson, Broadcast Sports Inc., General Manager
Mike Noseworthy, NBC Universal, Senior Audio Engineer, Field Operations

Objects Are Closer Than They Appear: Interactivity, Object-Oriented Audio, and Advanced Channel Formats in Next-Generation Services
Robert Bleidt, Fraunhofer USA, Division GM
Jean-Marc Jot, DTS, VP, Research and Development
Jim Starzynski, NBCUniversal, Director and Principal Audio Engineer
Nicholas Tsingos, Dolby Laboratories, Senior Platform Engineer

How Many Channels Is Your Cloud?: Expanding Visions of Television Audio for Mobile and Over-the-Top Streaming Delivery
Tim Carroll, CTO The Telos Alliance, Founder, Linear Acoustic
Kevin Cleary, Senior Audio Producer, ESPN
Hardys Eggum, Vice President Media Technology, HBO
Sean Richardson, Director of Post Production, Audio, Starz Entertainment
Peter Scott, Vice President for Emerging Media, Turner Sports

Television Vs. Music, Round Two: Revisiting the Joys of Multichannel Music and the Struggle for Stereo Compatibility
Roger Charlesworth, President Charlesworth Media, Executive Director DTV Audio Group
Frank Filipetti, Producer Engineer
Stacey Foster, Coordinating Producer Saturday Night Live
Ken Hahn, Co-Founder and Principal, Sync Sound and Digital Cinema
Lawrence Manchester, Senior Music Mixer, “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”

The DTV Audio Group Forum at AES is produced in association with the SVG and is sponsored by Dale Pro Audio, Dolby Laboratories, DTS, JBL Professional, Linear Acoustic, and Studer.


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