Greg Shay

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Radio Thrilled the Video Star (Pt. 3/3)

Radio Thrilled the Video Star (Pt. 3/3)

By Greg Shay on Oct 20, 2020 12:41:26 PM

The Whole Origin Story of Audio Over IP - Greg Shay, CTO The Telos Alliance

Our story of the origin of Audio Over IP, as told by Greg Shay, comes to an end with Part 3. The idea to share this story stemmed from the occasion of being awarded a technical Emmy by the television industry for the Development of Synchronized Multi-channel Uncompressed Audio Transport Over IP Networks.

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Read Part 2 Here

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Topics: Broadcast History, aoip

Radio Thrilled the Video Star (Pt. 2/3)

Radio Thrilled the Video Star (Pt. 2/3)

By Greg Shay on Aug 20, 2020 1:06:54 PM

The Whole Origin Story of Audio Over IP - Greg Shay, CTO The Telos Alliance

Continuing the story of the origin of Audio Over IP, we move onto Part 2. The idea to share this story stemmed from the occasion of being awarded a technical Emmy by the television industry for the Development of Synchronized Multi-channel Uncompressed Audio Transport Over IP Networks.

Read Part 1 Here

Read Part 3 Here

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Topics: Broadcast History, aoip

Radio Thrilled the Video Star (Pt. 1/3)

Radio Thrilled the Video Star (Pt. 1/3)

By Greg Shay on Jul 9, 2020 11:13:40 AM

The Whole Origin Story of Audio Over IP - Greg Shay, CTO Telos Alliance

It is not that often that your inner monologue, history as you remember it, is of interest to others. On this occasion of being awarded a technical Emmy by the television industry for the Development of Synchronized Multi-channel Uncompressed Audio Transport Over IP Networks, I wanted to share the story, the whole story from my point of view, of how this came to be at Telos Alliance.

Any story worth reading is worth telling well, so please forgive my somewhat loose writing style and enjoy the ride, as I have over these 24 years.

So, kiddies, set your PTP way-back machine to 1996. (Oh wait..., that was before PTP was invented....!)

Read Part 2 Here

Read Part 3 Here

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Topics: Broadcast History, aoip

Keeping Your Broadcast IP Network Safe in the Age of IoT

Keeping Your Broadcast IP Network Safe in the Age of IoT

By Greg Shay on Mar 29, 2017 12:00:00 PM

Considering an Audio over IP (AoIP) network for your facility makes sense; it’s faster, cheaper, and better than previous technologies. By converting to AoIP, you not only tap into the power of current technology, you allow your facility to leverage the enormous universe of “off the shelf” IT devices that are used worldwide, and not just in the broadcast industry.

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Topics: IP Audio Network Routing & Control, Audio over IP, Internet of Things

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