Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Audio Broadcast Canada ends sales representation

Audio Broadcast Canada is ending broadcast equipment sales representation for Orban and StreamS, Tieline, and Inovonics as Jane and David Rusch retire. Founded in 2017, Audio Broadcast Canada and its suppliers have been helping Canadian broadcasters move to the next level of multi-station processing and codec operations. Jane (Inglis) Rusch formerly served as Sales Director for Broadcast Dialogue from 1998 – 2012, while David Rusch, former Vice-President, North American Sales and Marketing, for Orban, has been working with Broadcast Dialogue since 2020, ably hosting the majority of our sponsored Engineering-based podcast content. He’ll continue to contribute select sponsored content and service a number of clients for Broadcast Dialogue going forward.

The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) will host its first live interoperability demonstration of Internet Protocol Media Experience (IPMX) — a set of standards-based protocols designed to ensure interoperability for AV over IP — at InfoComm 2022, June 8-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The first-of-a-kind demo will feature networking equipment and hardware and software nodes running both IPMX and SMPTE ST 2110, the standards suite on which IPMX is based. The demo will also highlight gateways between IPMX and other protocols, developer kits, and elements of IPMX-enabled AV-over-IP workflows. IPMX implements a standards-based approach based on SMPTE ST 2110, with features and capabilities that target the specific needs of the Pro AV industry. Demo partners include Arista Networks, Cisco Systems, intoPix SA, Macnica, Matrox, and Ross Video.

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has launched The Best of NAB Show Amplified, a pay-walled collection of recorded sessions from the 2022 NAB Show, held April 23-27 in Las Vegas. Available to stream through video-on-demand, themes of the collections are Creative Workflows, Future of Content Delivery, Future of TV, Virtual Production, and Web3 and the Metaverse.

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