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Broadcast Engineering Conference – April 10 to April 15, 2010

Posted by Samuel Eiferman on 25th February 2010 in Broadcasting

This year marks the 64th year that the Broadcast Engineering Conference will address the needs of broadcast engineers along with those of technologists working in allied industries. If you have never attended the conference, you may be surprised at the very large number of technical papers that are presented. You will find presentations relating to new technologies for radio and television, guidance on the implementation of new digital applications and services, technical case studies, plus much more.

Broadcast technology plays a significant role in the daily lives of people worldwide by delivering, in exciting new ways, news, sports, critical information and entertainment.

SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

•Spectrum Issues for Broadcasters discusses “white spaces” and future spectrum concerns for all television and radio broadcasters.
•Mobile Television covers the latest developments for the ATSC mobile DTC broadcast system.
•Television Loudness & Lip Sync, a tutorial offered by the IEEE BTS, presents technical solutions on these television audio topics.
•Digital Radio focuses on HD Radio™ implementation issues, coverage enhancement and new applications.
•Explore Green Technologies for Broadcasters: you’ll learn about facilities and LEED certification, the impact of new media on the cost of operations; low heat broadcast lighting and power options for broadcasters.
•The SBE Ennes Workshop looks at Continuing the Digital Transition with presentations on audio, DTV, management skills, EAS and digital workflows