Visit Tieline at NAB/RAB Radio Show 14th to 16th September
Aug 26, 2011
Tieline Showcases New Genie and Report-IT 10 and 100 Packs for NAB/RAB Radio Show 2011…
|Mary Ann Seidler|
Come and meet Tieline's Mary Ann Seidler in Chicago at the BGS booth as she showcase's Genie - the latest addition to Tieline's codec range and the first STL codec in the world to support dual stack technology for connection over older IPv4 and emerging IPv6 internet infrastructures. Featuring six channels of audio and capable of 50 multi-unicast IP audio streams, Genie delivers unparalleled power, audio and network redundancy for 365/24/7 operation over mission critical audio paths.
Also on display will be Tieline’s multi award-winning Mic Adaptor. This “game changer” for mobile live broadcasting lets you connect your choice of XLR dynamic microphone to your iPhone4 for superior sounding remote broadcasts.
See how you can centrally control and monitor your entire network of reporters and announcers with two new low-cost multi-user Report-IT Enterprise solutions. Report-IT 10 Pack at $ 399US is ideal for up to 10 reporters. Mid to large broadcasters can use Report-IT Enterprise 100 Pack to manage remote audio contribution from up to 100 iPhones for only $1,500US per annum!
You will be able to see Bridge-IT and the rest of Tieline's rock solid IP codec range, along with the new Tieline Codec Management System, which you can use to control and configure your entire global IP codec network from a single computer via the internet. Mary Ann will also demonstrate Tieline's SmartStream IP technology, which provides advanced network management tools for dynamically responding to variable conditions over lossy IP networks, especially in situations when QoS is unavailable.
Mary Ann is also the moderator for the following session on the morning of September 17th:
Studio/Production Day – The Modern Multiplatform Radio Station
Learn about some of the most recent trends in studio
facility design that will help you with your next project. Audio
over IP, routing, HVAC considerations, studio acoustics, remote
broadcasting, flexible/scalable designs to accommodate future needs
and upgrading the control room to be social-media friendly are just
a few of the topics scheduled. Tips for keeping air personalities
happy round out the session.
Mary Ann can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org.