Liaisons of the Media Annotations Working Group

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List of liaisons

Dublin Core Kernel Application Profile
The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative supports a broad range of purposes and business models. Dublin Core Kernel Application Profile is of specific relevance to the Media Annotations Working Group.
ISO/IEC JTC-1/SC-29 WG 11 Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG)
This group is developing standards for coded representation of digital audio and video, including MPEG-7 and MPEG-21.
The Internet Captioning Forum (ICF)
This organization addresses the technical challenges presented by online video repurposed from broadcast or other previously captioned sources, as well as video created specifically for the Web.
International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC)
The International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC), developing technical standards for improved news exchange that are used by virtually every major news organization in the world, such as IPTC Metadata for XMP (IPTC4XMP).
European Broadcasting Union Metadata Advisory Group (P/MAG)
The European Broadcasting Union has been developing metadata specifications related to radio, camcorders, news.
Geolocation Working Group
The W3C Geolocation Working Group is defining an interface for using client-side location information in location-aware Web applications.
ITU IPTV GSI (Global Standard Initiative)
The mission of ITU IPTV GSI is to coordinate and promote the development of global IPTV standards taking into account the existing work of the ITU study groups as well as Standards Developing Organizations, Fora and Consortia.
IPTV Forum Japan
The mission of the IPTV Forum Japan is to improve the deployement of IPTV services.
International Imaging Industry Association (I3A)
I3A is a forum for development and advancement of open standards within the imaging industry.
Open IPTV Forum
The Forum specifies a common and open end-to-end platform for supplying variery of internet multimedia and IPTV services to retail based consumer equipment, either over QoS-controlled managed network or over the public internet.
Picture Licensing Universal System (PLUS)
The PLUS Coalition is an international non-profit initiative on a mission to simplify and facilitate the communication and management of image rights.
Universal Photographic Digital Imaging Guidelines (UPDIG)
UPDIG is a a working group of digital imaging professionals and allied trade groups and manufacturers, dedicated to promoting worldwide standards in the commercial application of digital imaging.