Glossary and Acronym Update

From: Michael A. Dolan (miked@tbt.com)
Date: Tue, Oct 19 1999


Message-Id: <3.0.5.32.19991019094625.00a66210@cts.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 09:46:25 -0700
To: www-tv@w3.org (WWW TV List)
From: "Michael A. Dolan" <miked@tbt.com>
Subject: Glossary and Acronym Update


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Sorry for the delay on continuing this discussion.  I went on 
vacation for awhile, then got busy on all the work I didn't do while 
on vacation.  This has popped back to the top of the task list.

I tried to merge everyone's comments.  However, I am certain that 
"Program" will still be controversial.  It is defined to be what a 
studio authors (as opposed to an MPEG "Program").  I'm open to 
suggestions for what to call this, but haven't been able to come up 
with anything that a studio might recognize as synonymous with their 
long-standing use (waaayyyy before MPEG) of the term.

Sure open to suggestions, and comments on the document overall.

	Mike

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