You can't capture everything, but you want to hear almost all the details you can possibly put into it. What you end up doing is filling holes. When something falls out of the mix, you find it and grab it. If something pops up you grab that, too.
In the January Trends in Technology I discussed the difference between TDM and IP in the context of a station's STL system. I asserted that with a LAN
Some Super Bowl TV viewers with a Neural surround decoder will be treated to a new audio experience at this year's Super Bowl.
When building a new remote broadcast system, find the correct balance between functionality and ease of use.
When WBAL/WIYY had to design a production kit to cover the Baltimore Ravens, portability was important, but not the key. Time was the constraining factor. In this case, tear-down time had a special motiviation for the station if the crew wanted to catch the ride home.
KVOD, Denver, will broadcast the Colorado Symphony Orchestra's 2006-2007 Masterworks season opening program on Sept. 16 in 5.1 surround sound, using Neural Audio's 5.1 technology for analog and HD Radio.
Peter Greenberg broadcasted his radio talk show, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg, from a jet flying from Frankfurt Germany to New York via the Internet.
As technology has progressed, broadcasters have found ways to use improved technologies in unique ways to make remote broadcasts sound as good as being in the studio, but with the convenience of lighter and more flexible equipment.
Useful items to simplify remotes.
Studio Technologies announcer's consoles played a big role in bringing two of 2004's biggest sporting events back to their audiences. Remote engineer Raul Velez reviews these controllers.
Feeding a network of 16 English-language stations in California, Nevada and New Mexico with a remote broadcast almost every other night during the basketball season, KLAC has honed its process.
Going on the road with the Motor Racing Network is unlike any other radio remote. This vehicle is unlike any truck you've ever seen.
Devices that use some type of perceptual audio encoder have become ubiquitous in radio and TV broadcasting, as well as in recording and production studios.
Any time a station broadcasts from outside the studio, whether it's a promotional appearance, sporting event, news coverage or sponsored appearance, the term "remote" is used to describe it. While these events are unique in their own way, the same basic plan can make each a success.
When NPR planned its coverage of the Presidential inauguration in January 2001, the details of the election itself were the top headlines.
An event of the magnitude of the Super Bowl allows no room for error from the players or the media covering the game. The scenario at the beginning of
Leaving the comforts of the studio allows radio to shine in the limelight. Audio quality is important, but so is the physical presence of the station.