AES Paris 2016
Professional Sound Expo Session

Tuesday, June 7, 12:00 — 12:45 (PSE Stage)

The Dream of Remote Production: Get More of Everything for Less

Henry Goodman, Calrec

Remote production provides the opportunity to produce live programing in a control room hundreds of miles from an event, with no latency and with a more efficient utilization of equipment and personnel. Broadcasters are already reaping the benefits: San Francisco-based Pac-12, for example, provide live coverage of some 850 events every year, mixed on an audio console in a centralized production facility hundreds of miles away.

Calrec’s Henry Goodman explains that while there is no substitute for a skilled OB team, for niche programming such as local sports or local music events, remote broadcasting provides an incentive for broadcasters to increase their range of local programming.

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