Asset management

Luff, John
April 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Apr2008, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p176
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of using digital asset management (DAM) software for securing broadcasting information. According to the author, DAM systems can perform several tasks which could help leverage and secure information needed in broadcasting as well as in future uses. In addition, the author notes that DAM monitors all the locations and operations of assets as well as database content protection to attain a full manageable information and broadcasting infrastructure.


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