Online on Monday, 30th November
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This year’s RadioTechCon gathering will feature speakers from Facebook, NASA, and The Infinite Monkey Cage when it takes place (online) on Monday 30th November. Delegates will learn how Facebook creates sound for Virtual Reality, discover the ins and outs of going Freelance, hear from the IET’s new president, Danielle George on the future of engineering and go behind-the-scenes of the BBC’s new headquarters in Cardiff. Robin Ince from The Infinite Monkey Cage and Matt Page will explain how the BBC developed two new software systems to enable remote audience recording.
At the end of the day, the audience will cross live to Houston, Texas, where Alexandria Perryman will reveal how NASA does sound …in space. Ann Charles, from organisers TBC Media Ltd., says: “Engineering and technology are the most creative areas of radio, and we are so excited by this year’s Radio TechCon line-up. “We can’t meet in person but being online means we can share the work of international speakers more easily. This will be an interactive online event – no staring passively at a screen all day – and we hope to welcome as many people who love radio and technology to our virtual conference room as possible!” Delegates will be able to meet and video chat with each other during the breaks, as well as visiting virtual rooms to meet the event’s sponsors and learn about the latest technology innovations.
The full session line up, as well as much more detailed information, can be found on the website:
(Source: RadioToday, RadioTechCon website)