This standard defines a method for communicating metadata related to PSIP (Program and System Information Protocol), including duplicate data that needs to be entered in other locations in the transport stream. Communication is based on a protocol utilizing XML message documents generated in accordance with a Programming Metadata Communication Protocol (PMCP) XML Schema defined herein.
Download A/76B:2008, “Programming Metadata Communication Protocol Standard”, approved 14 January 2008. Reaffirmed 9 February 2016.
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