Building batter EPGs

Willkie, John
January 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Jan2008, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p68
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the implementation of the MPEG-2 technology by the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC). This provides broadcasters with enormous potential and many bandwidth to deploy traditional and innovative broadcasting services. Compatible and interoperable protocols have wide support among the broadcast vendors. The Broadcast Exchange Format (BXF) message is purging media by adding a new purge order.


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