Today’s broadcast facilities are facing ever-increasing demands on their resources as they strive to keep up with consumers who expect more content on more devices both where and when they want it. To attract and retain viewers, consistent, stable, and coherent audio is a vital requirement. One aspect that is particularly important to pay attention to is speech intelligibility. This is most critical and difficult in a live broadcast situation. The Smart Audio concept is to utilizing real time processing algorithms that are both intelligent and adaptive. Devices need to be fully interoperable with others in the broadcast environment and need to seamlessly integrate with both playout automation systems and logging and monitoring processes. The Engineering Brief will present some dedicated and proofed algorithms and practical use cases for Smart Audio
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