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AES New York 2005
Broadcast Event Details

Friday, October 7, 2:00 pm — 5:00 pm

B1 - Digital Radio Broadcast Forum

David Bialik, DKB Broadcast
Jan Andews, NPR
Leonard Kahn, Kahn Communications
Mark Kalman, Sirius
David Layer, NAB
Mike Lyons, Ibiquity Digital Radio
Tony Massielo, XM Radio
Skip Pizzi, Microsoft Corp.
Don Spragg, Continental Electronics
David Wilson, CEA

Having matured from theory to reality, digital radio is an integral component of today’s multifaceted communications industry. This broadcast event is a discussion of the development, implementation, and adaptation of digital radio technology in the United States. It will cover terrestrial, satellite, short wave and multicasting, broadcaster adoption, transmission, reception, and consumer reaction. This is a chance to become familiar with the newest radio technology that is being successfully adopted in the U.S.

Saturday, October 8, 9:00 am — 11:00 am

B2 - Audio for HDTV

Andy Butler, PBS
Tim Carroll, Linear Acoustic
Rocky Graham, Dolby Labs
Alan Kraemer, SRS Labs
Geir Skaaden, Neural Audio
Dave Wilson, CE

This event is a discussion of the various surround sound technologies being proposed and implemented for HDTV. Topics include production, transmission, reception, and consumer

Saturday, October 8, 1:00 pm — 4:00 pm

B3 - Surround Sound for Digital Radio

Herb Squire, DSI
Steve Fluker, Cox Radio
Frank Foti, Telos-Omnia
Stephan Geyersberger, Fraunhaufer IIS
Alex Kosiorek, Cincinnati Public Radio
Alan Kraemer, SRS Labs
Steve Lyman, Dolby Labs
Tony Massielo, XM Radio
Noel McKenna, Audio Processing Technology
Mike Pappas, KUVO FM
Skip Pizzi, Microsoft Corporation
Geir Skaaden, Neural Audio

Radio is evolving past the barriers of stereo and is introducing Surround Sound. Various surround sound codecs are being proposed and implementaf for both satellite and terrestrial digital radio. We will discuss some of the various methods that have been proposed, developed, and demonstrated for broadcasting surround sound via digital radio transmission. There will also be demonstrations of some of the surround systems and their ability to interface with existing broadcast and bandwidth restraints.

This will be a discussion of technologies and not a political debate.

Monday, October 10, 9:00 am — 10:30 am

B4 - Designing a Broadcast Facility for 5.1

Mike Pappas, KUVO FM
Chris Scherer, Radio Magazine

This broadcast event will discuss what must be considered for designing a modern radio facility for 5.1.

Monday, October 10, 10:30 am — 12:00 pm

B5 - Designing a Facility for HDTV: The Audio Considerations

Ken Hunold, Dolby Labs
David Radin, Vidkey

Come and learn what the considerations are for designing a modern video facility for 5.1.

Monday, October 10, 1:30 pm — 3:00 pm

B6 - Mixing a Live Broadcast in Surround

Mike Pappas, KUVO FM
Alex Kosiorek

This event will teach you the techniques for mixing a live broadcast for broadcast in 5.1 surround.

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