In Part 1 we introduced the benefits of Audio over IP and investigated some of the subtleties that make it the ideal choice for modern broadcast facilities. In Part 2, we look at the practicalities of making AoIP work in a real-time television environment.
While the annual NFL Super Bowl typically serves as a great technology showcase for trying out new ways of covering the game on television (e.g., augmented reality graphics and immersive audio), this year’s main Super Bowl LIV game production will employ a well-rehearsed game plan.
Custom Consoles has announced the completion and installation of eight control desks and a large MediaWall monitor display support system for NEP Media Solutions in Hilversum, Netherlands.
As broadcasters continue to differentiate themselves through live programing and events, intercom is gaining more influence now than ever. This is especially true for large arena events where mobile crews demand the freedom of wireless connectivity. But as RF technology grows, the 2.4GHz band is becoming saturated.
Our auditory system is incredibly sensitive to the smallest sound distortion or discontinuity. Even the slightest audio pop, stutter, or level clip grabs our attention and distracts us from the television or radio program. Consequently, vendors working in the audio space, especially in IP, have spent years refining their Audio over IP solutions to make the sound clear and distortion free, as well as easy to use.
Italian broadcast systems distributor and systems integrator Video Progetti announced it has completed the upgrade of OB vans VHD 24 and VHD 26 for NEP Italy.