Divided into eight sections, the Digital Radio Toolkit looks at what are seen as the primary aspects involved in moving radio more fully into the digital domain
Distributing programmes as data files is now established among many TV facilities, but adjustments to the specifications that make this possible are still being made
The event, organised by the AES Standards Committee, offered a commercially neutral chance for manufacturers to test AES67 protocols in a controlled environment
Quality control tests in broadcast programmes are being streamlined and standardised by the EBU. The UK Digital Production Partnership is recommending that the bulk of testing and measurement be done by post houses. Consultant Neil Hatton discusses what this might mean for facilities and highlights the main areas of sound QC.