Telos Alliance Event Hub

Welcome to the Telos Alliance Event Hub. Here you can sign up for webinars—upcoming or on-demand—get industry-leading education, see our latest sessions from around the broadcast industry, and more! 

Upcoming Webinars

Coming soon!

On-Demand Webinars

Behind the Sound: Secrets of the Best-Selling Omnia VOLT Processing Powerhouse

The Behind the Sound video series, hosted by Justin Gelske, is going LIVE with a closer look at the Omnia VOLT. Justin speaks with processing expert and preset developer for Volt 2.0, Jim Kuzman, and interviews users who are using VOLT to achieve amazing sound for their AM and FM stations.

Special guest and Omnia Founder Frank Foti will share his views on why this processing powerhouse is one of the best-selling broadcast audio processors of all time. View this special episode of Behind the Sound to get a deep dive into the Omnia VOLT experience and processing insights.

Telos Infinity® VIP Virtual Product Introduction

First, we broke the matrix. Now, we're putting Intercom in the Cloud. Introducing Telos Infinity VIP, the first fully-featured Cloud-based intercom system delivering sophisticated comms virtually, making Cloud-based media production workflows available on any device.

Join intercom expert Martin Dyster, VP of Business Development at Telos Alliance, as he introduces the just-released Telos Infinity VIP Virtual Intercom Platform. Celebrated as the Best Cloud and IP Technology category from the 2021 Tech Leadership Awards, Telos Infinity VIP harnesses Infinity’s renowned scalability, ease of integration, and operational/cost efficiencies, all in a virtual workflow. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about Cloud-based Intercom from Telos and register now!

Telos VXs Virtual VoIP System for TV Broadcasters

For far too long, many production facilities have relegated telephony connectivity to aging analog couplers in a dark, dusty corner of the control room, devoid of monitoring and control. Telos Alliance is changing that by launching the virtualized Telos VXs VoIP System for TV.

Telos VXs Virtual VoIP System for Radio Broadcasters

With VXs, the legendary Telos VX® system is now virtual! Using VoIP, VXs combines modern networking with the power of digital signal processing developed by Telos over the past three decades. Learn about VXs and how it benefits radio broadcasters with true virtualization, complete workflow flexibility, and streamlined operations

Virtual Mixing with Axia iQS Console Software

Telos Alliance launches the Axia iQs AES67 Mixing Console Software, the first soft console controlled via HTML-5, allowing you to control your mix from anywhere and on any device—Mac, Windows, tablet, laptop, even your phone. Telos Alliance's Kirk Harnack and iQs developer, Milos Nemcik, will demonstrate.

Get Your Best On Air Sound...With Confidence! Insider Tips (and Secrets) to Your Omnia Processor

Whether you already own an Omnia processor or are considering purchasing one, there is a world of untapped potential you may not even know about! Hosted by Kirk Harnack, we’ll bring it all to the forefront in this webinar, speaking with Omnia experts and power users to bring to you the little-known tips and insider secrets to getting the very best sound from your processor while exposing some of our favorite features. Get ready for some cool demos!

Studio Anywhere: Broadcast Virtualization from Concept to Real-World Workflows

Forward-thinking broadcasters are virtualizing at least some of their infrastructure. We'll show you how to 'Studio Anywhere' in this online showcase, helping broadcasters understand everything from virtual machines to Docker containers and beyond.

ATSC 3.0 Your Way: What Does Adoption of NEXTGEN TV Look Like for You?

ATSC 3.0 adoption will not look the same from market to market. Some will go all the way, others will do the bare minimum to get running, and others are only concerned that ATSC 1.0 broadcasts will still be possible. What does ATSC 3.0 adoption look like for you?

Next Generation Audio and Video Technologies (3 of 3)

“How can I produce in HDR and immersive and interactive audio today using my existing production workflows and infrastructure?” Our experts will show you how to enable the most advanced features in your existing facilities.

Next Generation Audio and Video Technologies (2 of 3)

In this session, experts share their experience gained while working with broadcasters all over the world during major live events that were broadcast or streamed in MPEG-H Audio and Advanced HDR by Technicolor.

Next Generation Audio and Video Technologies (1 of 3)

Experts discuss the current status in standardization and adoption of Next Generation TV technologies in the different regions of the world as well as the directions broadcast and streaming are taking in various markets.

Your Podcast Audio DOES Matter! Differentiate Your Sound & Grow Your Audience with Omnia Processing

We demonstrate how you can use Omnia processing to create a sound that builds excitement around your podcast on-demand, helps you stand out, keeps listeners tuned in, and generates more ad revenue!

Broadcasting from Home: Our Accelerated Workflow Transformation

Staying on-the-air is an ever-changing challenge for radio broadcasters. What are engineers envisioning as longer-term solutions? What equipment, software, or workflows are rising to prominence as we're settling into this work paradigm? We hear and see directly from broadcast engineers.

Radio Air-Chain Innovation #3

In this third webinar, these fresh approaches from the first two webinars will be extended to reveal even more disruptive approaches to the radio air-chain. Philipp Schmid takes viewers through a live demo of the software.

Radio Air-Chain Innovation #2

This second webinar demonstrates how key “Made for Radio” standards discussed in the first webinar, along with other established technologies, can be applied to eliminate FM-HD1 time alignment drift completely. This webinar also examines flexible software-only approaches to HD deployments that may represent the HD Radio solutions of the future.

Radio Air-Chain Innovation #1

Presented by Nautel and Telos Alliance, the "Radio Air-Chain Innovation" webinar series focuses on ways to leverage “Made for Radio” standards and technologies to solve nagging air-chain issues and open the door to new and easier implementations of HD Radio transmission opportunities!

Save Money, Increase Efficiency, & Automate Your Audio Workflows with AudioToolsServer

Join Telos Alliance’s AudioTools Server team as we discuss critical workflows for file-based audio processing that can dramatically increase your efficiency and save you labor costs immediately!

Omnia MPX Node: Reliable FM MPX Over IP. Real World Stories of New STL Possibilities

Radio studios and their transmitter sites are seeing significant changes. From the biggest cities to small towns, broadcasters need new ways to get pristine audio to their FM transmitter sites, while minimizing complexity and risk at those locations.

Axia Quasar: The New Star in IP Consoles

We’re bringing the new Axia Quasar to you! This new flagship console features native AoIP architecture, refined for the ultimate user experience with limitless production possibilities for radio and specialized TV applications.

What New With Omnia 

Omnia engineers have been busy putting Omnia processing in the cloud with Omnia.9 PTN, not to mention updating your favorite processing products like VOLT and Omnia.11. We talk about what’s new with the processing line, as well as Omnia MPX Node

The Tools You Need for Next Gen TV

Creating an exciting immersive experience for your viewers and delivering the many benefits of Next Generation Audio is easy with our Linear Acoustic and Minnetonka Audio products. Only Telos Alliance has the solutions you need for every conceivable Dolby Atmos® and Next Generation Audio workflow.

Harnessing the Power of Telos Infinity IP Intercom

Telos Infinity revolutionized intercom by eliminating outdated matrix-based technology. The platform continues to grow with powerful new hardware and features for more cost-efficient productions and streamlined comms.

Sessions and Panels

9/21/21 - ABA Engineering Academy, Installing & Controlling a Virtual Broadcast Mixer

The next ABA Engineering Academy’s Webinar will be held on Tuesday September 21st at 10:00 AM central time. Our special guest will be Kirk Harnack with Telos Alliance. His topic will be "Installing and Controlling a Virtual Broadcast Mixer". Broadcasters are making the shift to virtualization as software versions of broadcast equipment become available. The benefits of virtualization can't be denied and are worthy of your consideration when pondering your next studio equipment purchase.

In this webinar we’ll look into a true virtual audio mixer. We'll see what the installation looks like with a demonstration, and further show how you can use the Axia iQs to quickly add virtual audio consoles in your station, at home, or anywhere else!

10/11/21 - NAB, Advanced Audio in ATSC 3.0

WHEN: Monday, October 11, 3:20 PM - 3:45 PM
WHERE: S224/S225
PROGRAM: Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference (BEIT)
SPEAKER: Larry Schindel

ATSC 3.0 supports many advanced features and new technologies. This session will cover the audio systems and advanced audio features used in ATSC 3.0, including immersive audio and personalized audio. Practical examples of ways to implement these new features will be presented. This includes techniques such as upmixing stereo or 5.1-channel audio to immersive audio, creating and encoding personalized audio programs, and loudness control applications available with audio for ATSC 3.0

10/11/21 - AES, Those Crazy Remote Broadcasts

WHEN: Monday, October 11, 9 AM PDT
SPEAKER: Kirk Harnack

Whether you call them “remotes” or “outside broadcasts,” radio and TV engineers have been essential to broadcasting from outside the normal studios - sometimes even in remote locations. Regardless of how much we plan and prepare it seems impossible for every remote broadcast to work perfectly. The good news is that we can learn from our mistakes, and we can usually find humor or life lessons in those situations that go awry - and sometimes horribly so!
This AES 2021 session gathers some of the best engineers together to collectively recount those awkward, unplanned, unforeseen, and unbearable moments when we had our own versions of, “As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!”

11/17/21 - MBMTC, Practical VoIP for Broadcast Engineers

WHEN: Wednesday, November 17, 2021
SPEAKER: Kirk Harnack, Telos Alliance and Shaun Dolan, Inrush Broadcast Services

Voice over IP (VoIP) is no longer something that a vendor "handles" for the station's business phones. Indeed, VoIP, and its ubiquitous Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is quickly moving into more broadcast operations. While there are countless tutorials about VoIP technology, almost none of them address VoIP and SIP as they apply to broadcasters.

This breakout session will give broadcast engineers an excellent working knowledge of VoIP and related protocols. We'll teach and discuss the practical capabilities and application of VoIP and SIP in broadcast plants. And we'll see how, specifically, SIP is playing a role in "contribution quality" audio connections.

On-Demand Sessions and Panels

8/17/21 - Transmission Talk Tuesday - MPX over AES

IP audio and getting the sound from here to there – in this session, we’ll discuss audio transport with our good friend, Kirk Harnack, of Telos Alliance. We’ll talk about the various forms of MPX delivery, over AES or IP, as well as showing some practical examples of implementation in the field. There will also be some discussion of microMPX and some of the cool ways that it can be a saviour in an emergency situation.

Special Guest: Kirk Harnack, CBRE, CBNE, Director of Multimedia Marketing, Telos Alliance

6/17/21 - Iowa Broadcasters Virtual Annual Convention

Engineering Session
Presenter: Martin Dyster Topic: The Next Generation of Intercoms
Join Martin Dyster, VP of Business Development at Telos Alliance, as he discusses new developments in intercom, including fully featured Cloud-based intercom that is capable of delivering sophisticated comms virtually, making Cloud-based media production workflows available on any device. These new systems deliver performance, scalability, ease of integration, and operational/cost efficiencies anywhere—At Home, On-Prem, Siteto-Site, or in the Cloud.

6/16/21 - DTV Audio Group Cloud Audio Forum

In the last decade, cloud-based media services have made possible the explosive growth of a multi-billion dollar direct-to-consumer TV industry. Traditional broadcasters also leverage global networking and cloud-services providers for a range of connectivity, master control, encoding, media asset management, and distribution tasks. Finally, recent months have witnessed the expansion of cloud services into live sports and entertainment production with increasingly sophisticated solutions from Grass Valley, Vizrt and others. Many content creators in esports and elsewhere have been quick to embrace in-cloud production. As live remote production moves away from the venue, this trend is likely to accelerate. Rather than expanding capital-intensive production infrastructure, broadcasters will be tempted to leverage the cloud data centers that are simultaneously closer in time and bandwidth to the production, distribution, and control endpoints, and can be spun up and down as production demands. Where does this leave audio? While there exist increasingly sophisticated solutions on the picture side, audio continues to lag behind. Will audio stay on the ground while the rest of the production floats up to the cloud? We will examine what audio solutions are being deployed now and how vendors are responding to meet future demands of in-cloud audio production. Join key technologists, solution providers, and notable early adopters to discuss the state of live audio production in the cloud.

Speakers
Axia iQs Virtual Mixing Console
Greg Shay, Chief Technology Officer, Telos Alliance

Virtualized IP Intercom For The Cloud
Martin Dyster, Product Director, Infinity Virtual Intercom Platform, Telos Alliance

6/10/21 - SVG IP Production Summit

IP-Based Audio Update
IP-based audio signal transport continues to evolve and several standards, including DANTE, RAVENNA MADI (AES10), and AES67 are all in play. Learn more about the current state of IP-based audio transport, key considerations, new developments, and more.
Moderator: Roger Charlesworth, DTV Audio Group, Executive Director
Panelists: Greg Shay, Telos Alliance, Chief Technical Officer

6/9/21 - SVGE Sound Talks: Next Generation Intercoms

Next Generation Intercoms will focus on the all-important communications infrastructure for every size of sports broadcast. Networked systems, audio-over-IP, and decentralised routing will get top billing, along with evolving systems and practices to fit a developing world of remote and automated production. Vendors, integrators, and engineers will discuss these and other subjects, complemented by real-world case study presentations.

Thought Leaders Perspectives Telos Alliance examines the emerging challenges to intercom design presented by rapidly evolving production workflows and discusses the solutions provided by the newly-expanded Telos Infinity Virtual Intercom Platform (VIP).

Speaker:
Martin Dyster, Telos Alliance, VP Business Development