The Broadcast Wave Format was first specified by EBU in 1997. Since then, it has been updated several times and will continue to evolve to meet the requirements of contemporary audio production and processing needs.
EBU Technology & Innovation Workplan
Every two years, the EBU develops a roadmap for technology and innovation activities based on the requirements and inputs given by EBU Members. The result of this roadmap is our bi-annual EBU Technology & Innovation Workplan. Strategic programmes and project groups are set up to focus on specific areas of interest. To access the latest Workplan, click here.
EBU Project Group on Broadcast Wave Format
The topic of Broadcast Wave Format is part of the EBU's Strategic Programme on Future Audio Formats and Renderers.
- Helps Members to meet the requirements of contemporary audio production and processing needs, such as immersive audio.
- Provides expertise and encourage you to share your experience and best practice to enable us to learn from one another.
If you are interested in Broadcast Wave Format, join our group on this topic and participate in the discussions. Some restrictions may apply.
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