What are the techniques in broadcasting

Technological progress in the broadcasting sector - broadcasting and multimedia

Media Economics pp 49-82 | Cite as

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The technical progress in media technology leads to a reduction in costs and / or an increase in capacity and / or an improvement in quality in the acquisition, storage, processing, forwarding and reception of information. This is made possible primarily through the digitization of information, through data compression techniques and techniques for the optimal use of existing transmission capacities. These techniques are used in the production, consumption and distribution of information; In the sales area in particular, there are revolutionary potentials for use.

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