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NATAS announces winners of Technical & Engineering Emmy Awards

NATAS announces winners of Technical & Engineering Emmy Awards

NATAS announces winners of Technical & Engineering Emmy Awards


The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) has named the Audio Engineering Society (AES), Telos Alliance and Dejero as some of the recipients of Technical & Engineering Emmy Awards. These are presented to individuals, companies, scientific or technical organisations for achievements and developments in the field of engineering technologies.

AES’ AES67 standard received the Development of Synchronized multi-channel uncompressed audio transport over IP Networks award. ‘AES67 is an essential protocol that established a standardised language for audio transport, employed every day in the broadcast world and beyond,’ said Colleen Harper, executive director of AES. ‘Its introduction in 2013 fundamentally changed the broadcast audio landscape and paved the way for similar developments for video. We are honoured to be awarded with a Technical & Engineering Emmy alongside our industry peers.’

Telos Alliance was also presented the Development of Synchronized multi-channel uncompressed audio transport over IP Networks award for its Livewire technology, which is considered to be the first AoIP protocol for broadcasting. ‘Almost 20 years ago, we had a conversation about how great it would be to use the computer network jack for audio transport. I’d been doing some research work on audio over the network since around 1993 and here was the chance to put this into practice,’ commented Greg Shay, CTO of Telos Alliance and co-inventor of Livewire. ‘By offering the technology to the industry and investing in the development of the AES67 standard, defending that nascent standard, partnering with other audio practitioners and building relationships with both complementary and competitive companies, the Livewire team changed the audio landscape and we're honoured to be recognised for this achievement.’

This is the second time that Dejero has received an Emmy from NATAS. The company received the Video over Bonded Cellular Internet (VoCIP) award for its Smart Blending Technology. ‘We are thrilled to win not just one Emmy, the most recognised broadcast award in the world, but two,’ said Bogdan Frusina, founder of Dejero. ‘Last year, the committee rewarded our decade of innovation for pioneering reliable transmission methods that enable live contribution and distribution of TV signals over the public internet. This year, they have gone on to further recognise our industry-leading technologies, showing that our continuous development is raising the quality and reliability standards of mobile video and data transmission.’

The winners will receive their awards at the 71st annual Technical & Engineering Emmy Awards during the upcoming NAB show. This will take place at the Wynn Encore Hotel and Spa in Las Vegas on 19 April 2020.

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