145th AES CONVENTION Broadcast & Online Delivery Track Event B03: Advanced Audio for Television Broadcast

AES New York 2018
Broadcast & Online Delivery Track Event B03

Wednesday, October 17, 2:30 pm — 4:00 pm (1E07)

Broadcast & Online Delivery: B03 - Advanced Audio for Television Broadcast

Fred Willard, Univision - Washington, DC, USA
Robert Bleidt, Fraunhofer USA Digital Media Technologies - San Jose, CA, USA
Tim Carroll, Dolby Laboratories - San Francisco, CA, USA
Kazuho Ono, NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories - Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Skip Pizzi, NAB - Washington DC, USA
Jim Starzynski, NBCUniversal - New York, NY, USA; ATSC Group - Washington D.C.

Immersive and personalized audio workflows are now ubiquitous in the industry and finally breaching into consumer delivery; not just through cable TV and streaming but also over consumer broadcast channels.

Whether to a personal device in binaural through headphones, or to a multichannel home theater playout system, advanced transmission systems are now up and running to deliver the excitement and realism of a three-dimensional playback space with relative ease, carrying metadata to adapt to any listening environment.

ATSC 3.0, Hi-Vision 22.2, and Mpeg-H have shot beyond theory and are now up and running in approaching 100 transmitters in cities and countries around the world.

Again, AES brings you the world’s foremost experts on the subject as they bring us up to speed on the very exciting milestones bested over the past year.

AES Technical Council This session is presented in association with the AES Technical Committee on Broadcast and Online Delivery

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