02.03.2011 10:55 AM
Linear Acoustic honored with Technical EMMY for real-time audio/metadata processor

Linear Acoustic last month received its first EMMY Award for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering/Technical Development from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Recognized for pioneering development of a real-time audio/metadata processor for conforming audio to the ATSC standard, the Linear Acoustic team received its award Jan. 6 at a gala ceremony in Las Vegas.

Company president Tim Carroll was joined on stage by Linear Acoustic senior VP of global sales Christina Carroll; chief engineer Erik Booth; and audio algorithm engineer and inventor Leif Claesson.



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