The Toronto chapter of the AES has announced its topic and date for the October meeting. Taking place on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at Ryerson University, the topic will be broadcast audio set up for the PanAm Games’ opening and closing ceremonies.
When: Tuesday October 27, 2015
Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Where: Ryerson University
RCC 361, Rogers Communications Building
80 Gould Street
Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2M7
Events like the PanAm Games provide exciting and high-stakes opportunities to showcase new technology, and this summer’s Toronto 2015 event was no exception. While the story of the Games was told in numerous venues across the region, the bookends for event were two enormous shows at Toronto’s Rogers Centre.
Presented by Michael Nunan and Anthony Montano, they will give a behind-the-scenes look at Opening and Closing Ceremonies, and a close look at how the Broadcast Audio Team for these events tackled the intricate chore of creating a memorable television experience for a massive Americas-wide audience.
Michael Nunan, Senior Manager, Broadcast Audio Operations, Bellmedia
A 22-year veteran of the Television and Audio industry, Michael is a multi-disciplinary specialist in Production and Post-Production Sound, with emphasis on multi-channel acquisition, editing, sound design and mixing.
With multiple Gemini and CSA nominations, Michael has an international reputation for his work in the deployment of surround sound technologies and workflows in large-scale broadcast environments and for his advocacy for immersive surround production in long-form factual and music production.
Anthony Montano, Broadcast Audio Operations, Bellmedia
A four-time Gemini nominee, and a audio engineer and music producer on numerous Gemini award winning and nominated productions, Anthony’s career spans over 30 years.
A member of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, The Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Anthony is on the leading edge of Arts and Entertainment Television production on this continent.
For more information, go to www.torontoaes.org.