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File Transfers in Radio Production: 4 Years Experience

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Audio files are gradually replacing streaming audio for programme transfers between 25 locations in Sweden. BWF, the Broadcast Wave Format, is used for file-interoperability between different audio servers. The experiences from using TCP/IP and the Intranet for file transfers are good. The SR-system called Tage has a simple web-browser interface, which has made the system frequently used.

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