Sneak Peek: What's Happening with Telos Alliance at NAB Show
We will be in full swing at NAB 2019 in Las Vegas, April 8-11, with two booths—N5806 (radio) and SU3921 (television)—four speaking sessions, and a portfolio of new software and hardware product innovations and enhancements.
AoIP at the Heart of It All
AoIP will be our centerpiece at NAB 2019. Look for new advancements in standards-based AoIP consoles, IP intercom and VoIP solutions, and system management software that are poised to establish new benchmarks in versatility and workflow efficiency. NAB attendees will also experience the very best in broadcast audio, including the latest developments in radio processing, television loudness control, and file-based audio automation solutions.
“The Telos Alliance continues to align our comprehensive portfolio of audio solutions for the radio and television markets, industry-leading customer support services, and global operations to best meet the evolving needs of existing and future customers,” says our CEO, Tom Swidarski, CEO. “Attendees at NAB 2019 will experience a new Telos Alliance – a company that has continued to drive innovation in the industry for over 30 years by delivering solutions that resonate with our customers’ evolving needs.”
More Learning Opportunities
In order to better arm broadcasters with the tools they need for the future, the Telos Alliance is putting on several talks throughout the show!
An Objective Guide to Audio Monitoring for Next-Gen TV, delivered by John Schur, President, TV Solutions Group at The Telos Alliance. John will be speaking on the challenges of audio monitoring for Next-Gen TV and how to solve them. April 9, 2:30 PM - 2:50 PM, N260.
µMPX: FM-Stereo Composite Connectivity Via IP, presented by Frank Foti, Executive Chairman at Telos Alliance. Frank will be giving a comprehensive explanation of µMPX, a new method where the FM MPX signal is carried over 320kbps. April 9, 4:00 PM - 4:20 PM, N260.
Off-Site Radio Infrastructure is Here: 500,000 Broadcast Hours Prove It Works, delivered by Kirk Harnack, Senior Solutions Consultant at The Telos Alliance. Kirk will be looking into the future of broadcast infrastructure and will discuss bringing efficiency, reliability, and convenience to radio. April 11, 10:40 AM - 11AM, N258.
- Using PTP / SMPTE 2059: A Practical Experience Perspective, delivered by Greg Shay, Chief Technology Officer at The Telos Alliance. April 9, 5:00 PM - 5:30 PM, C12634.
For more information, or to make an appointment to meet with our staff at NAB, www.telosalliance.com/nab-2019.
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Telos Alliance has led the audio industry’s innovation in Broadcast Audio, Digital Mixing & Mastering, Audio Processors & Compression, Broadcast Mixing Consoles, Audio Interfaces, AoIP & VoIP for over three decades. The Telos Alliance family of products include Telos® Systems, Omnia® Audio, Axia® Audio, Linear Acoustic®, 25-Seven® Systems, Minnetonka™ Audio and Jünger Audio. Covering all ranges of Audio Applications for Radio & Television from Telos Infinity IP Intercom Systems, Jünger Audio AIXpressor Audio Processor, Omnia 11 Radio Processors, Axia Networked Quasar Broadcast Mixing Consoles and Linear Acoustic AMS Audio Quality Loudness Monitoring and 25-Seven TVC-15 Watermark Analyzer & Monitor. Telos Alliance offers audio solutions for any and every Radio, Television, Live Events, Podcast & Live Streaming Studio With Telos Alliance “Broadcast Without Limits.”