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Audio Technology in Radio and TV Broadcasting

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This paper aims to provide a broad overview of the specialized techniques and requirements of audio handling within radio and TV broadcasting, and presents some interesting new concepts. It is written from the perspective of a commercial radio and TV broadcasting technician, and as such does not claim to be a fully detailed technical description of any particular system or equipment, but rather a collection of topics which would give insight into overall broadcasting techniques and philosophies.

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