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15 stations can be on the order of $250K to $400K per month Three- to five-year contracts can be negotiated that can substantially reduce these monthly costs The types of services and cost structures that a telecommunications provider such as Qwest, Williams, or AT&T can provide to support Digital CentralCasting for station groups must be researched All of the fiber companies polled by Sony expressed interest in providing a wide range of services to broadcasters, including the hosting of servers and other on-air equipment and operations RISKS Reliance on one or a few geographic sites for CentralCasting facilities can have downsides:
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Redundancy and back-up power systems will be essential for the CentralCasting technical operations center Reliance on telecommunications vendors for real-time program distribution and guaranteed quality of service over WANs is similar to relying on satellite and telco vendors for traditional program distribution What is new is the use of packet switching WAN technologies to distribute programs Careful attention will be needed when negotiating Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with these WAN service providers SLAs will need to specify maximum packet loss, packet jitter, and end-to-end latency requirements Digital CentralCasting will create new operational structures and processes Operations staff may be required to learn new ways of working and new skills Change management will become very important
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Many technologies have converged in recent years to make Digital CentralCasting a viable business model for groups and networks; these include:
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MPEG-2 Data Compression Multimedia Content File Transfer Real Time Streaming via Wide Area Networking Media Asset Management Multichannel Automation Systems Lower cost servers, RAID, and archive tape formats
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DATA COMPRESSION Widespread adoption of MPEG-2 digital video and audio compression technology has revolutionized how video and audio are stored, allowing the migration from tape-based storage to server-based storage MPEG-2 has also made program distribution via wide area networks (WANs) possible Standards have developed to allow interoperability between equipment manufactured by multiple vendors and networks operated by different service providers These standards enable the full benefit of working in the digital domain to be realized VIDEO, AUDIO, AND METADATA FILE TRANSFERS Standards for video, audio, and metadata file formats allow interoperability between equipment provided by different manufacturers These standards can be roughly divided into standards for files used for multimedia file transfer and standards for files for stream transfer File transfers are generally guaranteed error free via TCP/IP and typically use bidirectional links The choice of stream or file transfer is predicated on the type of interchange required, for example authoring or finished material interchange, content storage, emission, transmission or store and forward publication (See the last section of this chapter for additional information on AAF and MXF file formats) STREAMING VIDEO
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Real-time streaming of broadcast quality television programs across large geographic areas has traditionally been done using satellite and terrestrial microwave radio technologies The
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Many broadcasters are unsure of WAN quality of service issues and how to negotiate Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with these service providers Guaranteed quality of service prevents visible picture impairments and provides predictable end-to-end network latency These are just two of the many issues that broadcasters must negotiate with their WAN service providers Network access tariff and pricing structures for the high bandwidth WAN services required for real-time broadcast quality program distribution are difficult to negotiate because they cross multiple jurisdictions and use technology new to many telcos For instance, some Local Exchange Carriers may not have experience in providing OC-3c local loop connectivity to their customers Once broadcasters understand the network quality of service and pricing structures they must use this data to ascertain if there is a compelling business reason for changing their program distribution structure
Stream transport over wide area networks (WANs) is now commonplace using ATM Methods for guaranteed quality of service in Internet Protocol (IP) networks will soon be com-
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