Livewire University Coming to Philadelphia

Axia, Broadcasters General Store, Radio Systems team up for IP-Audio day of learning

23 January, 2008, Cleveland Ohio, USA

Axia Audio is teaming up with Broadcasters General Store and Radio Systems to bring a free “Livewire University” workshop to Philadelphia on Friday, February 15, 2008.

Livewire University is designed to educate and illuminate broadcast engineers who want to familiarize themselves with IP-Audio Networks. Presented by Axia Audio’s Ken Skok and Jim Armstrong, IP-University helps attendees understand why IP-Audio networks are so well-suited for modern, computer-centric studios, and educates them with the practical knowledge of how to benefit from the advantages of IP-Audio networks’ integration with network-aware broadcast products. Co-sponsors of the event are 25/Seven Systems, AudioScience, Broadcast Bionics and International Datacasting.

Among the topics to be covered:

  • How IP-Audio can be used to integrate broadcast studios quickly and cost-effectively
  • Integration with CAT-5 wiring systems
  • Time-shifting and time compression via IP-Audio
  • Sound cards and sound card replacements
  • Integration of automation systems
  • Call screening on IP-Audio networks via Ethernet links
  • Satellite distribution via IP-Audio

Livewire University Philadelphia is free to attendees, and takes place Friday, February 15 from 9 AM to 5PM at The Hampton Inn, 1301 Race St. in downtown Philadelphia. To find out more, please emailinquiry @, or telephone Clark Novak at Axia Audio, +1-216-241-7225. You may also register online at


Axia, a Telos company, builds Ethernet-based professional IP-Audio products for broadcast, sound-reinforcement and commercial audio applications. Along with the popular Element and SmartSurface control surfaces for on-air, commercial production, audio workstations and personal studios, Axia products include digital audio routers, DSP mixers and processors, and software for configuring, managing and interfacing networked audio systems.