Note: This blog is a continuation of the ideas discussed in a recent The LIVE Life podcast. Traditionally, broadcast mixes are used for television events. However, more live event coordinators are asking for broadcast mixes to be included in their advertising and charity events. This seemingly simple request presents challenges for the standard in-house mix … Read more
Note: This blog is a continuation of the ideas discussed in a recent EdTech podcast. Over the past 10 years, Dante has become a top audio networking solution for uncompressed, multi-channel digital media networking technology. There are many Dante-enabled products available from multiple manufacturers, so you are easily able to upgrade your audio visual system … Read more
Melinda Gates is focusing their foundation of getting women into STEM careers. How can the audio visual industry help? We discuss the best ways to manage scope creep. Also, how do you rehab an existing audio or video system?
Host: Tim Albright
A group has come up with a way to push 40 gig down Cat 8. The FCC is auctioning off more wireless spectrum. Plus we answer the question, do we need a winner for networked audio? Host: Tim Albright Guests: George Fornier, Justin Kennington, Julio Carrasco Runtime: 32:10 Video: Stories: The FCC’s wireless spectrum auction … Read more
By Alesia Hendley One thing my audio 101 teacher never told us was you can’t learn everything you need to know in school. Of course I should have known that, especially with technology growing and moving as fast as it does. Once I began this journey I realized experience was going to be my best … Read more
Extron has a new amplifier with Dante. What is the future of networked audio in higher ed? Panasonic's 4K player is available. Will it return the need for physical media? Plus we cover how flip classrooms impact learning.