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AoIP can handle more than just monitoring and processing, as it has the capability to support all audio in the studio. The true benefit of an AoIP audio system deployed within a television broadcast infrastructure becomes more apparent when considering the possibility for converging the subsystems that would otherwise have remained separate. By bringing together telecommunications, intercom, in-studio audio and external audio into one system, you dramatically decrease the number of physical interconnections, cabling, patching, routing, distribution and terminal hardware. The emergence of the AES67 standard for AoIP adds many possibilities for broadcast outlets beyond the distribution of audio. Many facilities are using AoIP to become more flexible while reducing overall costs. Solutions like the Linear Acoustic AERO.soft is harnessing AoIP to provide multiple audio processes simultaneously. It will be critical in the coming years to embrace a scalable technology like AoIP if we want to seamlessly accommodate emerging audio requirements and video formats. Martin Dyster is Vice President of Business Development/ Television at Linear Acoustic, a world leader in television audio signal processing and part of Telos Alliance, a pioneer in Audio-over-IP for broadcast. C M Y CM MY CY CMY K KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 107 NOVEMBER 2015 | 63