Kirk Harnack, Telos Alliance - Nashville, TN, USA; South Seas Broadcasting Corp. - Pago Pago, American Samoa
Anthony Gervasi, Former Senior Vice President Engineering & Technology - Nassau Broadcasting Partners, LP
Daniel Hyatt, Director of Engineering & IT - Max Media Denver, Principal Owner - DK Global Soucing
Gary Kline, Kline Consulting Group LLC - Atlanta, GA, USA
Jason Ornellas, CBS Radio Sacramento - Sacramento, CA, USA
Christopher Tobin, Newark Public radio - Newark, NJ USA
Revolutionary changes in broadcast technology are impacting the way we plan, build, and remodel our broadcast studios. Both radio and television production spaces are affected by Audio and Video over IP, LED lighting, smaller yet more numerous cameras, and even more diverse connections to on-air talent. These technology advances inform our decisions about studio size, configuration, materials, and supporting infrastructure. That’s the latest thinking about technical centers such as “rack rooms” and master control rooms? Is the in-house data center replacing or adding to traditional technical cores? How are backup systems changing? What new justifications are key when specifying main and auxiliary workflow and infrastructure systems? Leading broadcast engineers and system integrators will discuss the latest practices and predict what planning is critical for tomorrow’s broadcast facilities.