04.01.2005 08:00 AM
PBS Technology Conference to address transmission, engineering issues

Transmission-related issues will play an important part of the 2005 PBS Technology Conference April 14-16 at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas.

The conference offers an agenda covering traffic, IT and engineering issues.

Engineering and transmission-related offerings will include:

  • A report from transmission consultant Merrill Weiss;
  • DTV policy and regulation;
  • Analog shutdown – Early retirement, or killing me softly;
  • DTV – A Top down look one “dog year” later;
  • Datacasting;
  • Monitoring – Shattering barriers;
  • DTV receive antennas performance.

On April 16, “Building the Next Generation Master Control,” a special session co-produced with the Society of Broadcast Engineers, will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

For more information, visit https://secure.connect.pbs.org/conferences/technology/2005/registration.htm.

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