AES New York 2015
Broadcast & Streaming Media Track Event B1

Thursday, October 29, 11:15 am — 12:45 pm (Room 1A10)

Broadcast and Streaming Media: B1 - Streaming Facilities—Broadcast Scaled to Internet Feeds

Chair:
John Storyk, Architect, Studio Designer and Principal, Walters-Storyk Design Group - Highland, NY, USA
Panelists:
Renato Cipriano, Walters Storyk Design Group - Belo Horizonte, Brazil
David Pentecost, Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York - New York, NY
Nick Squire, Boston Symphony Orchestra - Brookline, MA, USA
Jonathan Talley, (le) poisson rouge - New York, NY, USA

Abstract:
Streaming’s emergence as the de facto 21st Century programming distribution medium was confirmed earlier this year when Apple Inc. announced its exclusive "HBO Now" streaming service. Wireless device-viewers may have already eclipsed the numbers of traditional cable TV audiences. As with any new media format, the need for cutting edge production/post-production skills and facilities remains a critical element. The scale of these studios may be smaller than conventional facilities, but their technology and acoustics must be up to professional broadcast standards. This panel will explore four highly diverse and rapidly expanding streaming content producers. It will survey the similarities and disparities between broadcast/cable and streaming facility designs, acoustic requirements, and issues. And, it will provide unparalleled insights into artist (and audience) preferences and technical requirements for high quality live streaming performances.


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