This surround sound seminar is hosted by TV Technology, Radio World, Pro Audio Review and Audio Media Europe magazines.
Learn how you can set yourself apart from the competition with surround sound at your facility! Studies show that surround sound makes DTV pictures “look better”; HD-Radio offers parity with state-of-the-art audio to radio stations.

450 W. 33rd St.
New York, NY
8 a.m. - 9 a.m.
Continental breakfast

9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Seminar Program

See and hear for yourself the difference surround sound can make. This seminar is packed full of need-to-know information, such as:
  • How surround sound fits into the digital broadcasting transition

  • The present state of broadcast and production equipment for surround sound

  • The present state of consumer equipment for receiving surround sound, including DTV and HD-Radio, NTSC and FM, automotive environments, PCs and convergent devices; and the wireless world

  • Market demographics: Who’s listening to surround sound?

  • Surround sound’s use and impact in sports, music and educational content

  • Planning for conversion

  • Budgeting for equipment, design and staff training

  • Quality control and maintenance
Skip Pizzi Skip Pizzi, Manager Technical Policy, Microsoft Corp; Contributing Editor, Radio World; Co-Chair, NRSC Surround Sound Audio Task Group

Tim Carroll Tim Carroll, Founder and President, Linear Acoustic, Inc.; Author, “Audio Notes” column, TV Technology

Dave Moulton Dave Moulton, Owner, Moulton Laboratories; Principal, Digital Media Services and Sausalito Audio Works; Author, “Inside Audio” column, TV Technology

Rocky Graham Rocky Graham, Manager of DTV Applications, Dolby Laboratories


• TV and Radio Engineers
• Operartions Managers
• Tech Directors/Managers
• Station Group Owners
• Network CTOs
• Engineering Directors
• Audio Engineers