electronic editing

electronic editing

n
(Broadcasting) radio television editing of a sound or vision tape recording by electronic rerecording rather than by physical cutting
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McGann, the pioneer of electronic editing referenced above, has made similar predictions.
Description: SSI Billing is a medical claims management solution that facilitates the electronic editing, validation, and transmission of institutional and professional claims.
Moreover, Sheikh Mubarak mulled benefitting from BBC's expertise in electronic editing, photo linking, and using social networks to promote the agency's services.
Bella Millett's excellent overview of the perils of electronic editing in terms of technological changes, the constraints of impact, and the need for sustainability should be required reading for anyone thinking of doing such an edition.
The Bhushans had in April got the forensic analysis of CD done by US expert George Papcun and Truth Labs and claimed that the disc has "multiple gaps and signs of electronic editing at very very critical places".
La preparacion de este trabajo se ha llevado a cabo en lo que hoy se llama el Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing, de la Universidad de Birmingham, en el Reino Unido.
With the articles providing a range of perspectives, aspiring editors will find informed and informative information on a range of editing issues such as ethics, legal issues, strategies for diverse media, electronic editing, editing technical journals, and a great deal more.
In 2003, he was named to a team that designed, installed and implemented the paper's current electronic editing, news content management and page-building system.
Therefore, authors must remain engaged during the publication process and check the status of their papers regularly on the journal-tool as it progresses through various stages of review, copyright form submission, production files uploading, and electronic editing of page proofs.
I use this term for both its literal and theoretical connotations: to suggest an electronic editing practice which pays attention to both the concrete and physical nature of many of the documents of theatre history, combined with a theoretical approach which assumes that cultural production happens within a social system organised around historically specific ways of differentiating groups of producers and consumers by class, or race, or gender.
5 Kurt Weisman, More is More (Mad Monk Records) Weisman's solo seven-inch is a portable vortex of helium-voiced psych-folk laced with deeply disorienting electronic editing.
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