Bob Orban, one of the broadcast industry’s premier audio processing visionaries, has received the inaugural Audio Engineering Society President’s Award. He and fellow collaborators were honoured for technical achievement in drafting TC Document TD1008 “Recommendations for Loudness of Internet Audio Streaming and On-Demand Distribution.” The award recognizes contributions to the goals of AES that are made collaboratively. Orban shares the award with David Bialik, Rob Byers, Jim Coursey, Eelco Grimm, Bob Katz, John Kean, Scott Norcross, Shawn Singh, Jim Starzynski and Alessandro Travaglini. The AES President’s Award was presented in an online ceremony in mid-December along with technical, fellowship and Board of Governors’ Awards.
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