5 Takeaways to Share with your Team
A particularly hot topic right now is the recently approved SMPTE ST 2110 suite of standards for “professional Media over Managed IP Networks.” The ST 2110 standards suite specifies the carriage, synchronization and description of separate video, audio and data streams over professional IP networks in real time for live production, play-out and other professional media applications.Read More
Telos Alliance is on a roll adding new Livewire partners in 2018, now with more than 115 software, hardware, and integrator partners worldwide. We caught up with Rob Hopkins of Open Broadcaster to learn how this new Livewire partner is using the AoIP protocol to appeal to a wider international audience.Read More
Topics: Telos Alliance 24/7 Support
If you visited Telos Alliance at this year's NAB, you may have noticed that we had two booths, one in the north hall and one in the south hall. Why did we add the extra expense, not to mention the extra steps to our pedometers as we traveled back and forth between booths? The answer is simple: Because the Telos Alliance is one company that serves many markets, including TV and Radio, two critical broadcast industry segments, both with unique challenges. What was interesting about this year's show, however, is that the star attraction was the same in both the TV and Radio booths: the new Telos Infinity IP Intercom, developed by the Telos Alliance engineering team that invented AoIP for broadcast in 2003.Read More
Topics: ip intercom
At Telos Alliance, our 24-Hour Support Team is here to serve you every day should you need assistance. But sometimes, it's nice to know who you're talking to on other end of the line. We took a few moments to sit down with Devin Higgins, who joined the Telos Alliance 24/7 Support Team in March, to get to know a little bit more about his diverse broadcast background. Here's what he has to say about the future of radio, news media, and the recipe for great support.Read More
Topics: Telos Alliance 24/7 Support
What mistakes can you make when building or expanding your Audio over IP network? Barry Thomas has installed and maintained several different AoIP networks and knows more than one way to mess it up. The good news he’s sharing with us the right ways to ensure reliability and great performance from today’s broadcast infrastructure systems. Chris Tobin has his own experiences, too, and shares his insights.
When it comes to winning on the air and via streaming, your broadcast audio processor needs to do one thing, and do it really, really well: Make your station sound incredible. It doesn't matter how many bells and whistles your audio processor has, in the end, your listeners don't care about anything but the quality of your content. That means more than simply creating compelling programming. It is about allowing that content to sounds its absolute best. Crisper, clearer, cleaner, and louder, with less distortion and listener fatigue. So how do you accomplish that? With Omnia, of course.Read More
“Some broadcasters aren’t paying enough attention to their streams,” says David Bialik, Director of Stream Operations for Entercom. “Broadcasters want to make a product advertisers want to sponsor, so delivering a quality product with quality audio is a must. We want to make sure the listener does not want to change the stream, or even adjust the volume for that matter.”
How to achieve this? David, who’s something of a streaming audio authority, having worked on a variety of streaming projects over the years, suggests the Telos Z/IPStream R/2.Read More
Whether the medium is radio, TV, studio recording, live sound, or amateur radio, nearly all audio is captured with a microphone. But which mic is appropriate for any given sound capture situation? Michelle Levitt of Heil Sound is here to highlight different mic technologies, and explain some characteristics to observe when choosing right mic for the job.Read More
Telos Alliance invented AoIP for broadcast in 2003 when we introduced Livewire, which has since become the foundation for our Axia brand, and today, broadcasters across the globe use Axia products, powered by Livewire, in thousands of AoIP studios worldwide.
Broadcasters are now beginning to understand the benefit of the AES67 interoperability standard (based largely on our Livewire protocol), which is to help them proceed confidently into the future of broadcast using AoIP as a backbone. With AoIP infrastructure and AES67, equipment from multiple manufacturers is interoperable. Clearly, now is the time to engage AoIP at all levels of your broadcast workflow.Read More
Telos’ invention of AoIP almost 15 years ago has brought with it some amazing changes to broadcast engineering. In addition to simplified installation and the end of punching down long wiring runs, AoIP has brought a new look at the STL, or Studio-Transmitter Link.Read More
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