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Applying EAI Technologies to Bimedial Broadcast Environments. Challenges, Chances and Risks.

More and more broadcast companies try to optimize their production environments by enforcing bimedial workflows. The recent applications and tools on the other hand only have poor integration interfaces to achieve this goal. EAI, originally focussing on the integration of legacy systems, has become a mature toolset to integrate various systems and offering tools and applications to ease integration. This lecture should show the possibilities and limits of EAI in bimedial broadcast environments.

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