Many broadcasters moved quickly from their familiar and busy corporate studios to individual home-based studios. And while the viral transmission ground rules change every week or two, our radio transmission goal is ever the same: Stay on the air.
Early in this rushed move to home-based broadcasting, engineers gathered mics, laptops, audio codecs, and mic-to-USB converters from wherever they could. They provided remote access to station automation systems and remote audio connections for their live shows. Remote voice tracking also ramped up significantly.
We’ll hear and see directly from broadcast engineers in large, medium, and small markets. The signal paths and workflows have morphed over time, and learn their predictions for the future of quality and timely content creation.