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National Association of Broadcasters Engineering Handbook, 11th Edition by Garrison C. Cavell

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Chapter4.5

Telephone Network Interfacing

Kirk Harnack and Joe Talbot

Telos Systems

Cleveland, OH

Introduction

Compelling, thought-provoking programming brings talent, listeners, experts, and events together. The result is content—the “Content Is King” kind of content. Creating thoughtful content often implies using voices from outside the studio. Expert guests, listener-callers, interviewees, reporters, and witnesses in situ—all must be quickly mixed or routed on-air in context with the instant programming.

Phone hybrids, talk show systems, and remote (outside) broadcast codecs are a few of the tools for creating compelling content.

More than ever before, the equipment used to connect people outside broadcast studios to those inside is the telephone. ...

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