Telos Alliance Lowers Prices on Solutions for Remote Broadcasting to Help Broadcasters Stay On-Air During Coronavirus

Telos Alliance Lowers Prices on Solutions for Remote Broadcasting to Help Broadcasters Stay On-Air During Coronavirus

By Krissy Rushing on Mar 20, 2020 8:24:43 AM

At Telos Alliance, we understand the challenges of staying on-air during coronavirus in the face of quarantines, shelter-in-place, and self-isolation. It’s a comfort to know our customers are out there informing, educating, and keeping us safe. 

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Topics: Telos Z/IP ONE, axia, axia ip-tablet, softsurface, remote broadcasting

Making Sense of the Next Generation of TV Audio

Making Sense of the Next Generation of TV Audio

By Jim Kuzman on Mar 12, 2020 1:44:04 PM

A television engineer once told me that he’d been in the industry long enough to remember when audio was the simple part of TV: “If you turned up the volume and heard sound, you were all set.” The transition to DTV changed all of that as broadcasters wrapped their heads around multichannel audio as well as loudness and compliance issues, and now the emergence of immersive audio and the deployment of ATSC 3.0 has introduced an entirely new television audio lexicon. We thought it might be time to help untangle the ball of TV audio twine.

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Topics: TV Audio Upmixing & Transcoding, Linear Acoustic, ATSC 3.0, Next Generaton Audio, Minnetonka Audio

Media Max Chooses 25-Seven Program Delay Manager to Keep Offensive Content Off the Air

Media Max Chooses 25-Seven Program Delay Manager to Keep Offensive Content Off the Air

By Justin Gelske on Mar 12, 2020 8:48:21 AM

In these turbulent times, keeping the FM airwaves free of offensive material is more important than ever before. Media Max, one of Kenya’s largest broadcast networks needed a robust, networkable profanity-delay solution to keep the content on their six radio stations free of questionable or profane content.

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Topics: Radio, Broadcast, Omnia, pdm, mediamax, profanity delay

Top 5 Telos Alliance Social Posts of 2019

Top 5 Telos Alliance Social Posts of 2019

By Justin Gelske on Jan 6, 2020 9:34:36 AM

2019 left just as quickly as it arrived, and suddenly we begin 2020 as inspired and motivated as ever, looking forward to what 2020 has in store for us and our customers. As part of our year-end series of blogs, we put together a list of our most popular social media posts from 2019 to bring us into the new year. Here's to an exciting 2020 and to creating the future of audio together!

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Topics: 2019

Top 5 Telos Alliance Blogs of 2019

Top 5 Telos Alliance Blogs of 2019

By Justin Gelske on Jan 3, 2020 9:46:00 AM

2019 arrived just as quickly as it left, and suddenly we begin 2020 as inspired and motivated as ever, looking forward to the future of audio and the roads yet to be traveled. As part of our year-end series of blog posts, we put together a list of our most popular blogs of the year. Here's to an exciting 2020, more content that you love, and to creating the future of audio together!

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Topics: 2019

Top 6 Introductions from Telos Alliance in 2019

Top 6 Introductions from Telos Alliance in 2019

By Justin Gelske on Dec 31, 2019 12:15:22 PM

2019 held so much for the Telos Alliance that it's tough to quantify all of our favorite moments. We've seen radio stations undergo complete transformations to bring the best workflows to their operations and the best sound possible to their listeners, TV stations begin pondering the transition to ATSC 3.0 infrastructure, and companies in the PRO AV market streamline their entire communication systems with new matrix-free intercom technology. We've been lucky enough to be a part of these exciting journeys, helping to create the future of audio alongside our customers. To wrap up this unforgettable year, we've put together a list of our top 6 Telos Alliance introductions to the world of audio in 2019.

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Topics: Livewire, aoip, linear acoustic ARC, mpx node, infinity link, quasar

This Is Huge: KCRW's 11-Year Plan Comes Together with State-of-the-Art New Facility

This Is Huge: KCRW's 11-Year Plan Comes Together with State-of-the-Art New Facility

By Justin Gelske on Nov 1, 2019 9:55:45 AM

Legendary Los Angeles radio station KCRW 89.9 FM gets a fresh start in their brand-new $38 million headquarters at Santa Monica College’s Center for Media and Design. The recently completed headquarters features 11 Audio over IP studios operating with the help of Axia consoles, xNodes, and more. You can read the full story from Key Code Media here and watch the video below.

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Topics: Livewire, aoip, Axia Fusion, axia, consoles, Axia Pathfinder Core PRO, kcrw

The Newest Star in the Axia Galaxy

The Newest Star in the Axia Galaxy

By Justin Gelske on Oct 8, 2019 2:13:30 PM

Luca La Rosa, (Project Manager, R&D Team and Quasar Designer), sheds some starlight on the brand new out-of-this-world flagship Axia AoIP mixing console, Quasar!

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Topics: aoip, axia, consoles, quasar

The Telos Alliance at IBC 2019 In Pictures

The Telos Alliance at IBC 2019 In Pictures

By Justin Gelske on Sep 26, 2019 10:42:03 AM

IBC 2019 is in the books; and what a wild ride it was! In case you missed it (or if you just want to reminisce), we put together this picture blog to bring you on the journey that was the Telos Alliance at IBC 2019. Enjoy these highlights and some of our favorite moments from the show below!

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Topics: Linear Acoustic, Television, IBC 2019, Junger

Telos Alliance Partners with Fraunhofer IIS to Reproduce 2019 Eurovision MPEG-H Next-Generation Audio Trial at IBC 2019

Telos Alliance Partners with Fraunhofer IIS to Reproduce 2019 Eurovision MPEG-H Next-Generation Audio Trial at IBC 2019

By Krissy Rushing on Sep 13, 2019 1:06:34 PM

At IBC, we are working with Fraunhofer IIS and its technology partners to deliver a reproduction of the MPEG-H Next-Generation Audio (NGA) trial that took place at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with the European Broadcast Union (EBU) at the Fraunhofer booth B.80, Hall 8. Together with Solid State Logic (SSL), ATEME, Jünger Audio (now distributed worldwide exclusively by the Telos Alliance), Telos Alliance and Sennheiser, Fraunhofer IIS will showcase an end-to-end transmission chain for MPEG-H Audio content at Europe’s major broadcast industry event. Here, visitors can experience production, transmission, reception, and playback of immersive and interactive sound.

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Topics: Linear Acoustic, Television, IBC 2019, Junger

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