The National Association of Broadcasters’ team of broadcast engineers is helping people look and sound their best in newsmaker interviews on air and on screen during the pandemic.
“Home environments are not studio environments and that’s the big challenge,” says NAB Vice President of Technology Education and Outreach Skip Pizzi, who studied electrical engineering and international economics at Georgetown University.
Video is usually top-of-mind, but achieving quality audio often poses the biggest technical challenge for broadcast engineers. One enemy: the echo canceller in speakerphones, laptops and conferencing software. But NAB’s work-from-anywhere tech overview and helpful tips sound good to us.
– Tia Over, The Engineering 100