Webinars: IP Audio

February 23, 2010


What do you know about IP Audio?
Want to know more?

IP Audio from the Field
March 16, 2010; 2 p.m. ET
While IP audio has found suitable use with a studio facility, it also has practical applications for transporting audio between facilities for remotes and studio-to-transmitter links.

By attending you will learn how to use ensure reliable results when using this technology over a variety of connection paths.

By attending this webinar you will learn about:

  • Ethernet and IP audio basics
  • Using IP audio instead of point-to-point connections
  • The differences between IP audio routing and other networks
  • Establishing a reliable connection from the field to the studio
  • Hardware and software systems to distribute IP audio
  • Real-world applications of IP audio from the field

    Instructor: Doug Irwin, CPBE DRB AMD

    Click to register for the IP Audio in the Field webinar.


    IP Audio in the Studio
    Now available on demand
    Digital audio has evolved into a higher form that can be transported via a packet-switched network as IP audio. By attending you will learn how to implement this technology, including hardware considerations, as well as gain insight into the various formats available.

    By attending this webinar you will learn about:

  • Overall uses of IP audio in the studio
  • Selecting an implementing hardware
  • Establishing and maintaining an IP audio network
  • The various systems and standards available
  • Unique issues relating to IP audio in the studio
  • Real-world applications of IP audio

    Instructor: Jeff Smith, CEA CBNT

    Click to access the IP Audio in the Studio webinar.



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