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The CALM Act and Going Beyond Audio Loudness Correction

Fierce Innovation 2012 Finalist Award Anyone in the video delivery business should be aware of the CALM Act – a US regulation that took effect in December and requires video service providers to take action against the very annoying practice of commercial volume exceeding that of the programming content. With the deadline now behind us, are you in compliance?
Responsibility falls on the video service provider to ensure that the loudness correction takes place. However, as all of us TV-watchers know, loud commercials are still a big problem. The good news for consumers is that they can now report violations to the FCC – and the service provider will face fines. So, if you haven’t done it already, it’s time to get that loudness correction solution in place!
To help with the problem, RGB just announced a joint solution with DTS – a leader in high-definition audio technology – that will not only ensure compliance with the CALM Act (and other similar regulations around the world), it also ensures that the subscriber’s listening experience isn’t degraded with overly aggressive

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