The theme for the next Technorama Tuesday webinar is “Building Your Next Facility.”
To kick off, we have a look at some studio rebuilds that have happened recently.
Brian King has completed a major rebuild at 3ZZZ. In fact, Brian never stops as his Facebook page shows. He’s replaced the central distribution and switching core with digital infrastructure, converted existing analogue studios to use digital distribution from the edges out, and has completed fitout of the large 3ZZZ studio to be fully digital and integrated with the core.
Mick Kerr is about to move 96five Brisbane to a new location, but ahead of the move the station had to update one of the existing studios and Mick did that in a two-day blitz!
Ian McOwan recently completed a massive rework of two studios at Seymour FM, opened on 29 June of this year.
And because he never stops, Brian King has also recently completed a total overhaul of a studio at Plenty Valley FM in Melbourne.
In each situation we ask the questions: what was the need, why did they do what they did, and how did it work out for everyone?
Four very different studio implementations for four completely different organisations – so what can we learn?
Join us and find out!
Date and Time:
Tuesday 12th September, 6:30pm AEST
John Maizels loves to share lessons learned through a long career: he's been a technologist, a commercial radio announcer, is a leader in the Community Radio sector in Australia, and currently works across many facets of broadcast TV. John has a major focus on education and training, especially how technologists and managers deal with risks and business continuity. John is President of Technorama, a Fellow of the SMPTE, and a recipient of the CBAA Michael Law Award. When not teaching or being a Broadcast Engineer in TV and Radio, John is seriously passionate about good coffee, pipe organs, and telephones.