“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
Processing and stream encoding guru Greg Ogonowski shares tips on audio encoding on "This Week in Radio Tech."Read More
Music Choice, the multi-platform video and music network, delivers its music programming to millions of consumers nationwide through their televisions, online and mobile devices. Last month, they expanded their services when they launched their first Android app, currently streaming 46 channels, live! And guess what: all of the Music Choice channels are streamed with Omnia A/XE encoding and processing software.Read More
Gabriel Alonso of Lexon SA in Madrid, Spain, writes to ask: "We have a customer who wants to send a stream to up to 6 different locations, and we know there is a mode called 'push' in the Telos Systems Z/IP ONE codecs to do that. Can you explain how?"Read More
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