Discovery Communications Europe

Hobbs, Dick
August 2011
TVB Europe;Aug2011, p16
The article discusses on recovering and managing audio visual material in cases of broadcast workflow disruption. David Roulson of Discovery Communications Europe suggested the consideration of the impact of inability to access the main centre on a number of levels and determination of broadcaster of the level of resilience to disaster. It adds that a mirror robotic archive can be develop in a remote location for site resilience.


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