09.11.2013 10:36 AM
Broadcast Engineering's September digital edition is here!
Our digital editions include easy-to-use interactive features, videos and more.

Next month’s AES Convention will once again feature one of the world’s largest gathering of audio professionals, attracting attendees worldwide. In our September issue of Broadcast Engineering, we bring you our AES special report, offering in-depth tutorials on audio issues ranging from microphone placement to the latest innovations in audio monitoring. As part of our audio coverage, our Digital Edition has an exclusive article on audio for mobile TV.

Broadcast Engineering World’s cover story examines the many challenges that studios face when it comes to their production workflow. Also in this issue, we follow up our extensive IBC product coverage from last month and offer one last peek at an additional 160 products you’ll see at IBC2013. Additional topics we examine include monetizing networks and choosing a router to support multiformat operations.


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