Gilmer, Brad
December 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Dec2008, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p39
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of file-based delivery. It will allow just-in-time delivery of content and assures that the copy produced at a broadcaster's facility is a perfect copy of the original. It is said that file-based delivery eliminates tapes that are rejected for duplication-related technical errors. Several technologies have made file-based content delivery practical include digital video, extensible markup language and material exchange format.


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