At the Telos Alliance®, we’ve been breaking new products and technologies at NAB since 1985: The first broadcast audio product to use DSP. Legendary audio processing from Omnia®. The disruptive Voltair watermark monitor and processor. And don't forget Audio over IP for broadcast - first from your friends at Axia® Audio.
But broadcast radio is changing by leaps and bounds. At NAB 2016, we pay tribute to our legacy with our core, flagship products. Yet we also look at where we are now and prepare for the future via bleeding-edge technologies designed to provide solutions for and meet the demands of ever-evolving broadcasters.
Whether or not you're on your way to Vegas for NAB 2016, you can follow along right here.
Take a virtual stroll into our booth, and join us as we celebrate…
Recent hacks of audio streams have placed an emphasis on security in the broadcast industry. Are you concerned about your network? Get serious about your network's security with advice from Chris Tarr, Entercom Wisconsin DoE.
Ted Alexander is an AM processing guru of sorts. Learn from the master himself as Ted offers crucial processing tips in this interview with Denny Sanders.
Omnia Launches 7AM Audio Processor!
AM radio is a great source of news, info, sports, and other compelling content. Sadly, listenership has declined due to higher fidelity alternatives. The increase in interference and noise hasn't helped, either.
We've launched the Omnia.7AM, which is specifically designed to address the AM spectrum's unique challenges and give AM broadcasters a fighting chance at great audio with their own signature sound!
Voltair — and its effect on PPM® — was the the hot topic last year in broadcast news. With recent findings on Voltair's effect on enhanced CBET and the introduction of the Voltair Data Export License feature, the coverage is heating up in the press yet again.
Not all programming encodes equally with PPM®... this is something you likely already know. But do you know what programming codes well and what doesn't?
This is where Voltair® comes in.
With Voltair, it's as simple as watching the screen on the front panel. Of course, we understand you may not have the time to sit and stare at a little screen for hours on end. So we created an easier way.
The Telos Alliance is proud of the role we played in making AES67 a reality, bringing audio interoperability to life. Recently, the AES ratified a new standard. Telos' Marty Sacks tells us what AES70 is all about.