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TWiRT 51 - Remotely Speaking

We're talking about technologies - some older ones - for bringing audio from live, outside broadcasts back to the studio.  Marti, Comrex, JK Audio, Telos, satellite, and more.

Kirk Harnack - Executive Director, Business Development, Telos-Omnia-Axia
Tom Ray - VP, Engineering, Buckley BroadcastingWOR, New YorkW2TRR
Chris Tobin - CBS Radio, New York
Chris Tarr - Entercom, Milwaukee, GeekJedi, and Broadcast Engineering Info

Country star Con Hunley appearing on WSM, Nashville, TN

Show notes:

Wikipedia entry for Remote Broadcast

We didn't mention one of the oldest remote broadcast technologies.  It's using dedicated audio lines provided by the local telco.  Equalized lines were available, as well as non-equalized lines.  Some equipment used with such "nailed-up" lines (direct from the remote site to the studio) is shown here.


Some manufacturers' equipment we discussed are linked here...

Marti Electronics


JK Audio




Download the show here...

TWiRT 51 - Remotely Speaking

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