Linear Acoustic, a Telos Alliance TV Solutions Group company, today announced a strategic OEM partnership with Germany-based Cinegy GmbH to supply loudness processing solutions for use in Cinegy asset management, ingest and […]
With the Winter Olympics underway from Pyeongchang, South Korea, here’s a look at some of the various tech vendors and the equipment that’s making it possible for NBC to provide a record 2,400 hours of coverage.
NBC’s first night, before Friday’s opening ceremony, had the feel of spring training. You could see it in the team ice skating, where men took tumbles one after the other. NBC’s Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir, to their credit, didn’t make excuses for anyone
Linear Acoustic, a provider of TV audio processing, today announced that Verance Open Watermarking, the world’s first open solution for first-screen ACR (Automatic Content Recognition), is currently available through Linear […]
Linear Acoustic | Booth 1402 | Website: https://www.telosalliance.com/index.php/Linear Linear Acoustic will be demonstrating the latest audio processing and Audio over IP (AoIP) solutions at CCW 2015. On display will be […]
John Schur, Minnetonka founder, president and CEO, will remain as president of the Minnetonka Audio division of The Telos Alliance, and the company will continue to be based in Minneapolis. Tim Carroll, president and founder of Linear Acoustic, said during a Saturday press conference that the two companies have been on parallel tracks for years and frequently discussed the possibility of partnering on product development.
Linear Acoustic, a provider of television audio control, is merging with Minnetonka Audio Software, a solutions provider for motion picture, video, broadcast, game and optical disc production. “Efficient broadcast audio […]
Verance-Linear Acoustic | Booth N5738 Verance Corp., a provider of watermarking solutions, today announced it has partnered with Linear Acoustic to integrate VP1, an open solution for first-screen ACR (automatic […]
In this new multiplatform world, there is no single place to go to fix the problem of loud ambient noise on movile DTV. While TV broadcasters, like other content distributors going over the top to reach smartphones and tablets, will benefit from various developments, work being done on a next-generation digital TV standard supporting everything from ultra-HD to small, mobile receivers is more promising. “Adapting loudness and dynamic range to suit the capabilities and limitations of varied devices and multiple listening environments is a must for the audio technology that is chosen for [ATSC] 3.0,” says ATSC’s Mark Richer.
Now that the FCC has decided on tech specs for TV commercial audio loudness, broadcasters will be in a buying mood to get in compliance by the end of the year. A host of companies will be offering equipment and software to monitor and correct any potential problems and document compliance.
2011 NAB Show Preview Linear Acoustic Booth SU3326 Linear Acoustic will showcase new products, new features, enhanced designs and exclusive upgrades to its range of television audio control, from production […]