UK Broadcasters standardize file delivery specification

Austerberry, David
January 2012
Broadcast Engineering Exclusive Insight;1/18/2012, p2
The article focuses on an agreement on a common delivery specification among primary British broadcasters in 2012. A committee that drafted the common delivery standards was created by the initiative called the Digital Production Partnership (DPP). ITV, BBC and Channel 4 are the financial supporters of the partnership. The standards target high definition (HD) programs and file-based delivery, among others.


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