BROADCAST SOUND TECHNOLOGY IN TURKEY AFTER 1990s AND A RESEARCH ON MICROPHONE PREFERENCE IN BROADCASTING

Abstract

Author(s): Cihan I?IKHAN

Broadcasting is one of the most important industries all over the world. Although national broadcasting in Turkey is known to be started by TRT, the beginning of broadcasting milestone, especially after established private organization, is in the 1990s. Especially after 1990, technological changes in broadcasting such as software that replaced with bulky equipment, connections that transports data without raw signal etc. reflect to sound technology on broadcast. However, the main subject of this change is the transition digital from analog. In this study, one hand, how to be the revolutionized period of broadcasting in Turkey will be discussed and the dynamics of audio technology are examined as an academic person from broadcast sound technology. On the other hand, some results of a survey about microphones used in broadcast will be discussed.

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