Steve Harvey began writing for Pro Sound News and Surround Professional in 2000 and is currently senior content producer for Mix and a contributor to TV Tech. He has worked in the pro audio industry—as a touring musician, in live production, installed sound, and equipment sales and marketing—since November 1980.
As the broadcast industry transitions to IP networks, certain challenges remain in their implementation and operation
As might be expected, this year’s NAB Show focused heavily on networking, as the transition to IP continues to accelerate—not just in audio, but video also.
Audio equipment manufacturers continue to benefit from advances in technology that allow them to release products with faster operation, better resolution and more flexible configurations.
The DTV switchover in the U.S. put the 700 MHz band largely out of bounds for many wireless audio product users.
Advance product introduction news from companies exhibiting at this year’s NAB Show indicates that audio-over-IP networking is becoming ever more ubiquitous.
The momentum behind IP network adoption, buoyed by the recent publication of the latest AES67 standard, has inspired a variety of added features or entirely new products at this year’s NAB Show.
Award-winning television production mixer Ed Greene passed away on August 9, 2017, surrounded by family.