Broadcasters are pushing their remote control capabilities to new heights as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt normal operations. While at first, the effects were as small as the reduction of staff and closing of individual studios for cleaning, currently, entire studio facilities are shutting down with all staff told to work remotely whenever possible.
Those who have made the partial or full transition to a modern Audio over IP studio infrastructure are particularly well-positioned to handle the rapid onset of the virus-related staffing restrictions. Many engineers have found that the remote control features they already use for troubleshooting are highly extensible and can be slightly modified for use by production staff.Read More
Solving problems is one of the key reasons most of us are in the radio engineering business. What a time we are in; the focus on engineering has never been keener. Nor have there been as many problems to solve! One of our Telos/Axia installation contractors, Gregory Dahl of Second Opinion Communications, offered some thoughts for AoIP broadcasters during this unusual time.Read More
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.
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.Read More
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!Read More
How the Windesheim University of Applied Sciences creates ambiance using AoIP!
People take advantage of technology in different ways every day. Some use products simply, in the way they are advertised. Others find new and creative ways to make technology work for them. Recently, the Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands found an innovative way to make Axia work for them by linking a Philips Hue lighting system with an Axia Fusion AoIP console for the ultimate in studio ambiance!Read More
I first met Rob Bertrand over a decade ago, when he was working with his college radio station. Since then, he has accepted positions of increasing responsibility for a number of major players, and is now the Senior Director of Technology for American University’s WAMU in Washington, DC.Read More
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