Fox runs with SmartJog

Lindemann, Carl
October 2005
TVB Europe;Oct2005, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p34
The article announces that SmartJog will deliver Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution's broadcast-quality television programming digitally to international broadcasters all over the globe. Full-length episodic programs will be digitized in broadcast-quality format and delivered as electronic files using its network to designated broadcasters in order to streamline delivery, ingest and costs by end-to-end tapeless workflow.


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