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This report addresses the essential problem of rights management from a metadata perspective. The final aim is to have binding contractual documents expressed in a “machine-readable” form.
EBU tech-i magazine, issue 22 explains why Video did NOT kill radio and what the future of radio will be like. And there is more, including Cross-Platform Authentication and a look at the state of loudness normalisation in Europe.
This document suggests practical steps we can take to reduce the environmental impact from producing television or radio programmes.
This document specifies profiles consisting of sets of vital parameters pertinent to broadcasters for audio contribution over IP networks.
This fourth revision of EBU Tech 3326 provides a minimum set of requirements necessary to ensure interoperability between equipment intended for the transport of contribution-quality audio over IP networks. (Rev. 4, Nov. 2014)
The report presents a number of theoretical and real-world case studies centred around DVB-T & T2 SFNs and examines both HTHP and LTLP scenarios.
This document provides a low-level technical view of recommendations and parameters associated with an SLA for media transport services.