Telos Alliance AudioTools Server Helps Broadcasters Increase Efficiency And Automate Audio Workflows

Telos Alliance’s latest virtual event in its 2020 Virtual Showcase series, “Save Money, Increase Efficiency, and Automate Audio Workflows with AudioTools Server,” will be held on July 15, 2020, at 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada).

Requirements for broadcasters’ talent and editorial staff are becoming increasingly difficult to manage. Add to that the complication of the work-from-home environment that has become the “New Normal,” and automating as many processes as possible just makes good business sense. Whether it’s accommodating all of the new deliverables required to service broadcast and OTT or minimizing the number of human resources required to QC video and audio output, automated file-based workflows are both our present and our future.

As part of Telos Alliance’s 2020 Virtual Showcase, this webinar will be hosted by the AudioTools Server team as they discuss critical workflows for file-based audio processing that can dramatically increase efficiency and save labor costs immediately. Attendees will come away with:

  • Real-world examples of AudioTools Server clients’ success stories
  • How to future-proof for Next Generation Audio formats
  • How easy it is to incorporate quality-first audio processing into an existing orchestration system
  • When to stay on-prem and when to push workflows to the Cloud.

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