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BBC R&D Recruiting: Lead Technologist (Audio)

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Paul Murphy Paul Murphy | 14:44 UK time, Tuesday, 13 July 2010

The BBC R&D blog have put out a call for audio technologists. Here are the details:

"As a part of its Salford-based lab being established at MediaCityUK, BBC R&D wishes to recruit a Lead Technologist to lead the work of the audio R&D engineering team that will be based in this lab.

Lead Technologist (Audio)

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a background in audio R&D and a proven track record in leading R&D teams to play a key role in the development of the new lab and to shape the BBC's future audio R&D work. The initial areas of research are likely to include periphony, spatial audio and Ambisonics, and the related areas of room acoustics, but could expand to include any aspects of media-related audio R&D.


CC licensed image of MediacityUK by Ian Carroll

As the BBC R&D team in our North lab builds out it's capabilities and facilities we need a world class technical leader to focus our audio work.  This role is critical to developing the excellence in audio we want at the heart of our operation, and it'll sit right in the nexus of industrial and academic partnerships that will span the region, the UK and the wider industry."

See the original post on the R&D blog.

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