Al Jazeera has chosen Jünger Audio’s loudness management technology to control and regulate audio across four of its main television channels in its new central TX area constructed as part of the Al Jazeera Workplace Transformation Project (AJWT) in Doha, Qatar.
The international news organization has installed 10 D*AP8 Slim Line Digital Audio Processors in the TX area, which has five transmission booths — one each for the Al Jazeera Arabic, Al Jazeera Mubashir, Al Jazeera English and Al Jazeera Documentary channels as well as a spare.
Located in a central apparatus room, the audio processors are controls via a Jünger Audio X*AP RM1 remote control panel, the company said.
The eight-channel D*AP8 enable adaptable digital audio processing and a choice of I/O formats, including AES, SDI, MADI, Dante and analog, the company said. Various audio procession options, including loudness management, are available on the unit.
Al Jazeera respects the laws of various counties and regions related to loudness, which is particularly important given its reach into many different countries via satellite, the company said.
More information is available on the Jünger Audio website.