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[Feature] Digital Television (DTV) audio has been the subject of many misunderstandings over the years, particularly concerning encoding standards, surround sound, and metadata for loudness control. In a workshop at the 125th Convention last year in San Francisco, a panel of experts chaired by Jim Kutzner of PBS chewed over these “DTV myths” and engaged in some selective myth-busting to clear up misconceptions.

JAES Volume 57 Issue 7/8 pp. 605-609; July 2009
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David Bialik

Comment posted August 25, 2009 @ 11:48:54 UTC (Comment permalink)

This session was part of the Broadcast Sessions of the 125th Convention. These and other issues will be discussed at the 127th Convention.

David K. Bialik

Chairman of Broadcast / Media Streaming Sessions
for the 127th Audio Engineering Society Convention
Friday October 9 - Monday October 12, 2009 at the
Javits Center New York, NY, USA

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