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Last updated: May 4, 2018

 

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May 2018 Event Notice

Demonstrations of new audio console technology
and Audio over IP integration

Date: 

Thursday, May 31st, 2018

Time: 

Demos given in the truck between 1 and 6 PM

Location: 

Rocky Mountain PBS, 1089 Bannock Street, Denver, Colorado

Topic: 

Demonstrations of new audio console technology and Audio over IP integration

Presenter: 

Tim Shortle, Solid State Logic

Synopsis:
Solid State Logic's Broadcast Audio Demonstration Vehicle is on the road and has fully transitioned to an IP based Audio Environment, with AoIP technologies including Dante and AES67 as well as SMPTE 2110. Tim and his team are happy to answer any questions about their products, or integrating IP into production workflows in general.

The truck is fitted with the new SSL System T S300-32 Console. This console shares network resources with an SSL Tempest Control Rack (TCR), which allows station automated audio production without a console. The TCR can even be used as a Remote flypack system, with a full broadcast console tool set.

The truck will be touring through Colorado the week of May 27th, and is stopping in Denver at Rocky Mountain PBS on May 31st from 1-6 PM.

 

June 2018 Meeting Notice

Solutions That Allow You & Your Organization to Benefit From the New FCC Studio Ruling

Date: 

Thursday, June 7th, 2018

Time: 

6:15PM Refreshments, 6:30 PM Meeting

Location: 

K-Love/Air1 (Educational Media Foundation) offices 3333 South Wadsworth Blvd, Suite 130D, Lakewood, CO

Refreshments: 

Food and Refreshments will be provided, $5 donation suggested

Topic: 

Solutions That Allow You & Your Organization to Benefit From the New FCC Studio Ruling

Presenter: 

Mark Johnson, LinkUp Communications

Synopsis:
Mark's brief talk will specifically focus on the new change in FCC regulations regarding local studios and the technology that will allow broadcasters to take full advantage of this new opportunity. A satellite broadcast engineer for decades, Mark is uniquely qualified to speak on this subject as an expert in the field of content distribution and integration. Mark has designed and installed multiple systems for non-commercial broadcasters, who have for years taken advantage of technical solutions to distribute their programing across multiple regions to their audiences while keeping a local feel to their programing.

Speaker Bio:
Currently, Mark Johnson is the Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of LinkUp Communications. A well-known leader in the broadcast transmission industry for over three decades, Mark has been the "go to" guy for other audio and video content providers for years, including NPR Satellite Services and Ka You Communications. Though Mark graduated from Florida State University in the 1980's, his real training began as an assistant to the Chief Engineer of WTNT AM/FM in Tallahassee, Florida and a broadcast producer for the Seminole Sports Network. Over the years Mark has continued his training through Harris Transmitter School (FM and FM25K), SBE Senior Radio Engineer (CSRE) and Global VSAT Advanced Certified.

Tom Craig
SMPTE Rocky Mountain Section Chairman

Shane Toven, Chairman,
SBE Chapter 48

 

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