Webinar: IP for Media Part 4 – Audio

Date: Thursday 21st March 2019
Time: 2PM EDT / 18:00 GMT

The fourth in the series of IP in broadcasting, Wes Simpson, NewTek and TV Technology are back, this time, to discuss using Audio over IP – specifically uncompressed audio over IP.

There are a number of proprietary systems like Dante, RAVENNA and others, but this webinar focusses on the standardised AES67 and the closely linked SMPTE ST 2110-30 standards.

Register here for this webinar and the previous IP ones which cover Security, Remote Production and the first ‘101’ session covering the basics of compressed and uncompressed IP for broadcasting.

Speakers

Wes Simpson Wes Simpson
President,
Telecom Product Consulting
Will Waters Will Waters
Vice President of Customer Success,
NewTek
Tom Butts Tom Butts
Content Director,
TV Technology

Video: IP For Media Webcast Part II

Following on from last week’s post part II is here. Wes Simpson looks at use of IP in Remote Production/Remote Integration (REMI) and finished with a panel discussion including Newtek and Grass Valley, a Belden brand.

This video talks about:

  • Why Broadcasters need networking?
  • Typical Live remote sports broadcast roles
  • Overview of video & audio Signal types
  • HDR & Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)
  • Data (metadata, scripts etc)
  • REMI – Remote Integration, AKA ‘Remote Production’ in Europe.
  • Overview of what tasks can be done at base, what still needs to be done ‘on-site’
  • Uncompressed formats summary (SDI, 2022-6, 2110)
  • Slice-based compression
  • Mezzanine compression
  • TR-01 for carrying JPEG 2000 & audio
  • Bonded Cellular
  • Packetloss & FEC (Forward Error Correction)
  • 2022-7 – route diversity
  • Typical delays
  • Plus a panel discussion

 
Watch now!

Speakers

Wes Simpson Wes Simpson
President,
Telecom Product Consulting
Tom Butts Tom Butts
Content Director,
TV Technology

Video: IP for Media Webcast Part I

TV Technology talks to Wes Simpson to find out build up full view of IP from the basics of ‘why are we moving to IP’ up to thoughts on network architecture and cloud infrastructure.

This is the first of two videos and will leave you with a broad understanding of the basics of how IP is used and implemented in broadcast covering audio and compressed and uncompressed video.

Wes’s extensive topic list:

  • Why people are moving to IP
  • Applications for IP Video
  • Pros and cons
  • Standards available
  • New workflows available
  • Mixing IP and SDI
  • OTT delivery, ATSC 3.0 delivery
  • Network basics & architectures
  • Multicast
  • Timing and Synchronisation (PTP)
  • Cloud concepts
  • CDNs
  • Ad Insertion

 
Watch now!

 

Speakers

Wes Simpson Wes Simpson
President,
Telecom Product Consulting
Tom Butts Tom Butts
Content Director,
TV Technology

Webinar: The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Broadcasting


Webinar: Dec 13th 19:00 GMT / 2PM EST
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is beginning to make substantial inroads into modern media production workflows, primarily by automating a range of repetitive tasks. Wes Simpson, consulant and speaker and Keith Lissak from Quantum on a recent survey conducted by TV Technology, sponsored by Quantum, that explores how media companies are using AI today, and how they are managing content storage, retrieval and metadata management in an industry driven by relentless growth and increasing pressure to post first on social media.

Webinar highlights include:
– See which user categories have the most experience with AI and which applications are most popular
– Understand the industry trends that are fueling the adoption of AI technology
– Compare your organization’s metadata creation policies to industry peers

Register now!