Posts Tagged ‘Loudness’
TC Electronics is one of the technology companies committed to solving the problems TV viewers experience with loudness. HD Development Manager, Thomas Lund (pictured, left) and many others around the industry are striving to create tools that are more appropriate to modern consumption, on everything from micro speakers on mobile devices to higher resolution [...]
Following the introduction of the CALM act last December, in a typically thoughtful article from Broadcast Engineering, Michael Grotticelli tells of how some elements of our industry have taken steps to ensure compliance.
And some just haven’t.
The two camps are broadcasters, and advertising folk. One of them isn’t playing ball.
Broadcasters now have lots of lovely new [...]
One hundred and fifty audio and broadcast professionals attended the first ever Loudness Summit in London last year. This year’s event takes place on 7th December at the Royal Institute of British Architects in Portland Place, London and once again they have gathered together a number of heavy hitters from European broadcasting.
Kicking the event off [...]
The DPP (Digital Production Partnership) and the UK Screen Association are jointly working on a set of new guidelines to combat the loudness issue and solve the problem once and for all. The work, an amendment of EBU spec R128, which has already been adopted in France and Belgium and is about to be in [...]
It’s over and most international visitors are now back at their desks ploughing through a mountain of emails.
So how did NAB go? Well, the NAB themselves seem happy with preliminary attendance figures of 92,112 attendees, which is very slightly up on 2011 figures (but only by 180 visitors). They also reported an increase in [...]