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Signal To Noise, Episode 129: Broadcast Sports & Entertainment Mixer Jeri Palumbo

Behind the scenes on broadcast audio for the NFL, including mixing in the truck, A2 work in the field, RF coordination, parabolic mics, and more.

Broadcast sports and entertainment mixer Jeri Palumbo joins the show in Episode 129 to discuss broadcast audio for NFL games, getting into all aspects of a job that includes mixing in the truck, A2 work on the field, RF coordination, parabolic microphones, and more. Based in Los Angeles, Palumbo has worked in audio for more than 30 years, first as a trained musician and arranger before going into post-production and then moving into live broadcast. Working mainly within sports, her clients include the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NASCAR, The Super Bowl, The World Series, The Stanley Cup as well as entertainment entities such as The Oscars. This episode is sponsored by Audix and Allen & Heath.

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A Multi-Faceted Quest: The Career Of Broadcast Sports Entertainment Mixer Jeri Palumbo

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