03.09.2006 12:01 AM
SMPTE S22-10 to improve station workflow

Broadcasters attending NAB2006 will have an opportunity to gain new insights into efforts to more closely tie together master control, automation, traffic, content delivery and other systems to improve station workflow.

Jamie Meyer, Pathfire product manager of the Broadcast Groups and Stations, will present “SMPTE S22-10 Opportunities for Workflow Improvements with Metadata” April 27 at NAB2006 in Las Vegas.

Meyer will discuss the SMPTE S22-10 protocol and how it can remove barriers to productivity and create new opportunities for efficiency. Incoming digital content can notify asset management systems of its arrival at a station and indicate its availability. Content metadata and standard system messaging can streamline processing, reducing the time to air and eliminating human error.

The SMPTE S22-10 protocol facilitates real-time communications between systems like content delivery, traffic and master control, and has the potential to change the status quo of TV station operations.

For more information, visit www.nabshow.com.

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