AES San Francisco 2010
Broadcast and Media Streaming Track Event W7

Friday, November 5, 10:45 am — 12:45 pm (Room 132)

Workshop: W7 - Applications for High-Quality Audio over Long-Distance Networks

Nathan Brock, University of California San Diego
Chris Chafe, Stanford University
Elizabeth Cohen, Cohen Acoustical
Jeremy Cooperstock, McGill University
Peter Stevens, BBC

The recent deployment of wide-area fiber networks has made low-latency streaming of uncompressed and lightly-compressed audio possible for many users in academia and industry. Applications for such streaming media, and for fast file transfers over such networks, have been explored for the past decade but are not widely known outside of the networking research community. This workshop will present several use cases for such networks in areas including live performance, production and postproduction, archiving, telecommunications, remote pedagogy, and broadcasting.

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