Alexandria Perryman is a live broadcast engineer and Emmy Winner working at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, where one of her jobs is to run audio for astronauts on the International Space Station.
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One of my “Murphy’s Law” moments was during a one-man theater show with a live orchestra (where I was running front of house). We had a full house, and the show was being broadcast live on a radio station in Chicago. The same show the night before was nearly flawless so this night’s sound check was easy.
Audio engineers and audio techs in the world of broadcast are very different in terminology and context compared to live concert sound, even though they perform similar tasks. Below you will find common television vernacular along with descriptions per position (some may vary). Broadcast Engineer (EIC): A Broadcast Audio Engineer and Broadcast Engineer, commonly referred […]