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Descriptive Metadata For Television Production
Author: Cox Mike
Descriptive Metadata for Television is an introduction for anyone involved in making, publishing, archiving, or viewing TV programs. It highlights the implications of the new ways of working enabled by all-digital systems in which pictures, sound, and text are represented as binary data. The book explains the sudden hype of metadata as digital technologies are introduced in the workflow from end of end. With more than 20 years experience each, the authors explore uniting these new technologies and the media management they necessitate with library science expertise so that program content remains accessible and useful for years to come.