SBE 56 Meeting Minutes for May 23, 2017
Roger Herring, Chapter Vice-Chairman, Called the meeting to order.
The minutes for the last month’s meeting had not been posted to the chapter website.
Above 1 GHz – Nothing to report
Below 1 GHz – Nothing to report
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Working on LP2 Stations. Trying to get an Equipment Grant to help the LP-2s
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.