Meeting Minutes – May 23, 2017

SBE 56 Meeting Minutes for May 23, 2017

Roger Herring, Chapter Vice-Chairman, Called the meeting to order.

Committee Reports

Secretary’s Report
The minutes for the last month’s meeting had not been posted to the chapter website.

Treasurer’s Report

No Report

Frequency Reports

Above 1 GHz – Nothing to report
Below 1 GHz – Nothing to report

Certification Report

Nothing to report

EAS Report

Working on LP2 Stations. Trying to get an Equipment Grant to help the LP-2s

Old Business

Nothing

New Business

Nothing

Adjournment

Program

This month’s Program is “CONNECTING YOUR AUDIENCE TO SOCIAL MEDIA”.
Hosted by John Lynch, Director of business Development for BSW and featuring a presentation by Alex Bonello with InSoft.

Nowadays audiences demand visual content even from radio stations. HDVMixer allows broadcasters to produce appealing professional video content effortlessly. Visual radio thought as a TV studio inside a radio station is cumbersome and a barely profitable approach The HDVMixer Visual Radio solution is what broadcasters have been dreaming of.

Filling the gap between video content production and radio broadcast operations. Built-in multiviewer, video switcher, character generator, video streaming encoder, video recorder, social media integration, video ad placement, and more. No need to increase the station’s payroll: ‘per show” video automation rules, video scenes are triggered using 20+ possible parameters (including video camera tracking that follows hot mics.

HDVMixer is an add-on video server which runs separately from the station’s radio automation system. Situational awareness and video automation are accomplished via HDVMixer’s SmartCAM interface box; providing the studio with: 8x audio console mic fader status input(GPI) 6 microphone (post preamp) audio level meter 3rd party radio automation software metadata input HDVMixer is compatible with most radio automation solutions in the market including: Enco, Dalet, FLEX, RCS and WideOrbit.