Jigsaw24 delivers Greece’s first Dolby Atmos-approved audio studio
Purpose-built facility will be used by dubbing, subtitling and post production agency Authorwave.
European broadcaster employs innovative AutoMix solution at Roland Garros
Enables broadcasters to combine multiple audio signals and automatically create a single output.
EBU, IRT, BBC R&D release open-source, next-gen audio tools
Enables sound engineers to produce immersive and personalisable content using the Audio Definition Model (ADM) format.
New Polish TV channel features Dolby’s AC-4 next-gen audio
Three-month trial is part of the Poland’s move to the DVB-T2 standard, giving TVP (Teleizja Polska) the opportunity to operate the next-generation Dolby AC-4...
TVBEurope joins Futuresource Collaborative Audio event as media partner
The fully virtual Audio Collaborative event takes place over 4th and 5th November and features speakers from the BBC, Google, Harman Professional, and more...
Boom! How Formula E used shotgun mics to maintain social distancing
Doreen Greaton discovers how shotgun microphones and in-ear monitors helped Formula E's sound team make sure everything was crystal clear
TVU Networks takes audio mixing to the Cloud, TAG Video Systems supports CMAF, and more
TVBEurope rounds up the latest product and solutions news from TVU Networks, TAG Video Systems and Starfish Technologies
StreamAMG scores with West Brom TV, Calrec takes training online, and more
TVBEurope rounds up the latest tech and product news from StreamAMG, Calrec and Clipsource
DPA’s 4097 Core Micro Shotgun microphone ‘is final piece of package’ for TV and film productions
Microphone can be put in inconspicuous places to capture sound from anywhere on a set
Shure launches new plug-on wireless transmitter for audio
According to the company, the AD3 makes it possible for high-tier broadcast, film and TV to employ a flexible connection to a wired microphone
Fraunhofer IIS licenses MPEG-H Audio patents to Samsung
MPEG-H Audio system is specified in TV broadcast standards such as ATSC 3.0 and DVB as well as in the mobile broadband standard 3GPP
New Covid-19 guidelines for safe audio production released
Trade group AudioUK has released a 15-page document with COVID-19 guidelines for safe audio production during the pandemic
Creating content that speaks to today’s challenging times
Filmmaker Vivek Vadoliya talks to TVBEurope about being part of Adobe Stock Film Fest
Sound thinking: BBC helps audience to hear the details
Philip Stevens explores object-based media and how the BBC is using it to enhance the experience for viewers with hearing difficulties
‘It’s about creating an atmosphere’: LaLiga innovates the broadcast experience
Audio from EA Sports FIFA is being used to help create an atmosphere for fans watching at home
How Calrec helped to capture Captain Tom Moore’s 100th birthday broadcast
Calrec's Kevin Emmott explains how the company helped with the live broadcast of Captain Tom’s 100th birthday celebrations
Hearing the difference: The importance of audio description
Dr Mariana Lopez explains how enhancing audio description improves access to film and TV
Apple patents technology for surround sound on MacBooks
Aims to give viewers watching film or TV content on a laptop a more immersive experience
Lawo provides IP video, audio, control and monitoring for Game Creek’s new truck fleet
New trucks are fitted with trucks Lawo IP technology for video and audio routing, multiviewers and overall orchestration and control
NUGEN Audio brings loudness metering software to IBC
Includes maximum loudness range for Netflix preset
Calrec’s virtualised mixing system to make European debut
On show at IBC 2019
BBC tests new audio mix technology to help hearing impaired viewers
'Narrative Balancer' helps viewers turn up speech and reduce other sounds
EBU announces Next Generation Audio trial for Eurovision
"A produce-once, deliver-anywhere scenario"
Avid’s Pro Tools 2019 includes 50 per cent more voice/audio tracks
Users can perform track and timeline interactions during playback