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Best MIchael Bisset podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best MIchael Bisset podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Gary and I focus on major sporting events across the globe. We are simply sports enthusiasts who love engaging with people and discussing what we love. Sporting codes covered include: Cricket, Rugby, Football, Formula 1, MotoGP, Tennis, and Golf
 
“TWiRT” is your go to show if you want to get behind the scenes on what makes broadcasting possible. The show addresses common issues as well as explaining past experiences from a wide array of hosts who each come from a different background in radio technology. This show is a must for any tech geek or for anyone who is interested in what goes on behind the boards and wires.
 
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WWFD in Frederick, Maryland, is the only all-digital AM station in the USA. Switching to HD Radio’s MA3 mode, there’s no longer an analog AM carrier; the signal is only digital, and any AM-band HD radio can decode it. Dave Kolesar is the energetic engineer who has driven this switch to an all-digital AM transmission. He and Mike Raide with Xper ...…
 
Gary and I discuss Premier League managers and analyse whether supporters are unfair with their expectations and if managers are given a reasonable amount of time to influence clubs with their philosophy and tactics.By Michael Bisset Feat. Gary Bisset
 
Wisconsin Public Radio was just going to replace a few audio consoles - until they met with one bad surprise after another! Britny Williams is DoO and DoE at WPR’s main studios in Madison, WI. She’s overseeing and coordinating several teams as WPR’s upgrade project developed into soup to nuts replacement - all while keeping all programming goin ...…
 
The Midwest Technology & Multimedia Broadcast Conference (MBMTC) just wrapped up in Columbus, Ohio. For the first time, this year’s conference consolidated engineering sessions from Kentucky and Indiana broadcast associations, making for a well-attended event with 14 total engineering sessions packed into one day. John Takach joins us on the “c ...…
 
We’re on-site at WPOZ in Orlando, Florida, where we found a prototype of the famous Texar Audio Prism. Audio processing expert, Brian Kerkan, joins us to show off some old analog audio processors, including the CBS Audimax and Volumax. Then we turn to one of 16 Texar prototypes. We finish with a discussion of interfacing AES192 FM multiplex inf ...…
 
Couch Coach Gary and Mike discuss Gameweek 12. That venture into the controversial topic of Video Assistant Referee and give recommendations on how the setup could be improved. Score predictions for the weekend are given alongside some humour and interaction with their listener base.By Michael Bisset Feat. Gary Bisset
 
Every two weeks, John Bisset brings practical engineering advice in his “Workbench” column in Radio World magazine and Radio World online. This week, John brings us the best and most timely of his tips and techniques for effective broadcast engineering. While taking in John’s advice, be thinking of time- and trouble-saving practices that you us ...…
 
And by “hacking” we mean “using to the best effect, even in non-traditional ways.” Chris Tobin has engineered hundreds of live broadcasts, outside of traditional studios. As 4G LTE mobile data services have matured, Chris and other engineers are working to guarantee reliable wireless data by understanding the options. Full signal bars doesn’t m ...…
 
Couch Coach Gary and I discuss Gameweek 10 of the English Premier League. Focusing on each fixture and predicting scores. We also had a dabble at predicting the Rugby World Cup Semi Finals with New Zealand up against England and the Springboks facing off against the Dragons.By Michael Bisset Feat. Gary Bisset
 
Couch Coach Gary and I discuss the rather controversial topic: Video Assistant Referee (VAR). Now, obviously this is a system that will improve football in the long-run but it has been implemented poorly so far - particularly in the English Premier League.By Michael Bisset Feat. Gary Bisset
 
Couch Coach Gary and I discuss Gameweek 9 of the English Premier League. Some tricky fixtures with a mammoth Super Sunday clash sandwiched in the middle. Liverpool will be hopeful of casting aside the demons that have followed them to Old Trafford in recent seasons. Lampard's Chelsea will be looking to improve their home record whilst Arsenal f ...…
 
After a whole day of broadcast engineering learning, we’re live from Day 1 of the Broadcasters Clinic in Madison, Wisconsin. Engineers from 29 states are traveling to be here for radio and TV engineering sessions. Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack talk with Mark Persons, Chuck Kelly, Bill Gould, Linda Baun, Michelle Vetterkind, Cathy Orosz, David La ...…
 
Couch Coach Gary and I discuss the conclusion of the RWC group stages and touch on what we expect will happen in the Quarter-Finals. Some tasty encounters with the old foes Australia and England coming to blows. New Zealand face a tricky test against the Irish whilst the Welsh dragons hope to topple les Bleus. Host nation Japan play against a s ...…
 
Ready to discover the intelligence behind some new, high-quality audio product designs? Michael Goodman, Founder and CEO of CEntrance, designed audio products at Shure, and consults with audio manufacturers around the world. Now his company is taking it passion for transparent audio and rugged designs to make compact pro audio devices for broad ...…
 
For almost 40 years broadcast engineers have been using those blue boxes from Henry Engineering. One engineer says, “Henry Engineering boxes solve acute problems at a reasonable price.” Hank "Henry" Landsberg joins us on TWiRT.! His stories will bring a smile to your face and understanding of the inspirations for those useful "Henry" boxes.…
 
Couch Coach Gary and I review sporting highlights from the final weekend in September. Some straightforward results in the English Premier League and a couple of surprises in the Rugby World Cup 2019.By Michael Bisset Feat. Gary Bisset
 
The NAB Radio Show started with Tech Tuesday, a day-long event for radio engineers. We’re wrapping up the exhibit hall with special guests Brittany Hilton, Paul Kriegler, Daniel Hyatt, Tommy the Hacker, Dave Kolesar, Russ Mundshenck, Greg Dahl, John Lackness, Jeff Williams, and Chris Tobin in New York!…
 
Gary and I take a statistical approach to our Premier League Predictions for Gameweek 7. Keep an eye out for the Review next week.By Michael Bisset Feat. Gary Bisset
 
Grady Moates is a “hands-on” broadcast engineer. Known widely for his audio processing expertise, Grady’s attention has more recently been on proving the performance of a novel antenna design. The High Efficiency Broadband Antenna (HEBA) - after years of additional research and real-world testing and proving - is now FCC approved. Grady explain ...…
 
Couch Coach Gary and Mike cover a preview of the Rugby World Cup in Japan. The boys go into detail regarding who they feel will qualify for the quarter finals. More Podcasts will follow detailing the latter stages of the tournament whilst also providing updates with results, points scorers, and any officiating controversies.…
 
Gary (Gary the Couch Coach) and I sit down to discuss Gameweek 5 of the English Premier League.By MIchael Bisset Feat. Gary Bisset
 
Some people in Radio wear a few hats; that’s been part of the business since its beginnings almost 100 years ago. Meet one radio guy who’s on the air in Rochester, NY, publishes a beautiful tower calendar annually, runs an informational subscription website, interviews broadcaster engineers and talent, brokers broadcast properties between buyer ...…
 
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