Some myths about video servers

Ringrose, Fergal
March 1997
TVB Europe;Mar97, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p8
Opinion. Clarifies some misconceptions regarding video file servers for television broadcasting. Imminent demise of the tape; Requirement for multiple uncompressed server channels; Servers' application in all parts of the station; Reasons servers have not taken over the TV station wholesale; Vendors' dedication to delivering server solutions.


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