Archive outlook: standardizing file wrappers is one of many aspects

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Broadcast hardware technologists are considering standard specs for a “wrapper” for digital video files to give producers an archive-friendly video production workflow, says Nan Rubin of WNET in her paper “Preserving Digital Public Television: Is There Life After Broadcasting?,” published in International Preservation News this month. As an example of a streamlined workflow, she cites the procedures developed for WNET’s new five-days-a-week Worldfocus. Rubin coordinated a pubTV preservation planning project for the Library of Congress.

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