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  • Misha Wolf
    What do Atom, DISC, EventsML, ICE, NewsML, NITF, PRISM, RDF/OWL, RSS, TV-Anytime, XHTML and XMP have in common? All are standards related to the packaging and
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 3, 2005
      What do Atom, DISC, EventsML, ICE, NewsML, NITF, PRISM, RDF/OWL, RSS, TV-Anytime, XHTML and XMP have in common?  All are standards related to the packaging and delivery of News.  And all were discussed at the second News Standards Summit, which took place on 24 May 2005 in Amsterdam.
       
      The 17 speakers came from: Adobe, Agence France-Presse (AFP), Austrian Press Agency (APA), Business Wire, dpa-infocom, European Broadcasting Union (EBU), IDEAlliance, International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC), relaxnews, PubSub, Reuters, Vodafone, and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
       
      Their presentations and audio files are now available online at:
        
      http://www.newssummit.org/2005/program.asp
       
      The open discussion following the presentations focused on the challenge of trying to reconcile the various standardisation efforts. Efforts are underway to increase contact between the people active in the various standardisation activities. 
      To continue the discussion, join the News Standards Summit Discussion Group:
        
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nss-discuss/
       
      Misha Wolf
      Standards Manager, Reuters
      Chair, News Standards Summit
       
       


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