Telos Alliance’s Shay, Harnack, Dyster To Speak At SBE Ennes Workshop

  • 21 March, 2024


Telos Alliance’s Greg Shay, Kirk Harnack, and Martin Dyster.

USA: Thought leaders from Telos Alliance®, trusted global leader in broadcast audio for more than three decades, will be participating in several presentations and discussions at the SBE Ennes Workshop taking place in conjunction with NAB 2024 in Las Vegas.

On April 12, Chief Technical Officer Greg Shay will deliver a presentation entitled The Various Flavors
of AOIP: Dante, AES67, Livewire, and Wheatnet
, in which the latest compatibility breakthroughs and capabilities of these four major Audio-over-IP formats will be discussed, and their utilization inside professional media examined.

The next day, April 13, Telos Alliance VP of Business Development Martin Dyster, along with
Senior Solutions Consultant Kirk Harnack, will present IP Execution in Internal Comms: IFB, Hybrids, Telephones, and a Cloud-Based Future, a look at internal communications systems within production
and broadcast facilities, including IFB systems, the past and future of hybrids and IP phone systems,
and how IP-based communications are being implemented into cloud and hybrid applications.

“One reason I love broadcast engineering is that we're persistently looking at new technologies to see whether they'd be a good fit in our broadcast systems,” says Harnack. “And when you find exciting new ways to accomplish things, to simplify tasks that used to require concerted effort, it’s rewarding to share them with your colleagues. That’s one reason I love being part of the SBE Ennes Workshop: it embodies
the free flow of ideas, information, and technology that’s necessary for broadcasters to remain
on that leading edge. It’s a thrill!”

For more NAB news and information, browse here, and visit Booth #C1808 in the
Central Hall at NAB 2024 to see the latest broadcast innovations from Telos Alliance.

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Telos Alliance’s Shay, Harnack, Dyster To Speak At SBE Ennes Workshop