The Telos Alliance—the company behind broadcast radio and TV technology including Omnia, Axia, Linear Acoustic, 25-Seven and Minnetonka—will be leading two panels at the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association (WBA) 2017 Broadcasters Clinic scheduled to begin Tuesday (10/10) in Middleton, Wisc.
Telos representatives will appear on a pair of sessions.
At 1:15pm Central today, Kirk Harnack can be found on the panel “Virtual Talkshow and Sports Production: Convenient Connections Create Compelling Content.”
“This presentation demonstrates some clever implementations in use now, as well as previews strategies and techniques for achieving efficient and effective talkshow and other radio production workflows,” Telos notes.
At 11am Central, Harnack was scheduled to appear alongside Martin Dyster for the session “Adopting VoIP/SIP to Improve Live Coverage Workflows While Slashing Expenses.” This presentation aimed to demonstrate how TV stations are improving in-the-field reporting while saving hundreds to thousands of dollars on their telecom costs.
For more information on the WBA 2017 Broadcasters Clinic, please visit http://www.wi-broadcasters.org/events/broadcasters-clinic/
The Telos Alliance is sponsoring the WBA Broadcasters Clinic breaks and attendee breakfast on Wednesday (10/11).