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NewsMLNews Markup Language (XML format; International Press Telecommunications Council)
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While AdsML remains the biggest legacy project, according to Iobst, work on the digital-only side seeks to "leverage your content with multiple presentations." For that, "a good starting point" will use various standards (NewsML, NITF, etc.) to ensure that content is in a presentation-independent common original format before processing through a publishing system.
NewsML, Version 1.0 Functional Specification,
NewsML works its magic with a carefully conceived schema that packages news items, regardless of language or media type, with robust metadata.
The U.K.-based International Press Telecommunications Committee, a news industry standards body, approved NewsML in October.
NewsML, a derivative of the Internet's eXtensible Markup Language (XML), lets journalists and other publishers produce and assemble stories in video, text, graphics, pictures and audio, in any language and for platforms ranging from financial service desktops to Web sites to mobile phones.
NewsML provides another model with potential application beyond its original purpose: a structural framework for electronic news.
Applied Semantics' Auto-Categorizer tool accepts XML input and responds with XML output to provide compatibility with any XML format, but particularly with NewsML and the News Industry Text Format (NITF)--two additional standards established by the 50-plus-member IPTC organization.
Applications incorporating such newspaper-friendly standards as NITF (news industry text format) and NewsML (news markup language) should be available in a matter of months, said John W.
Applied Semantics' Auto-Categorizer tool accepts XML input and responds with XML output , providing compatibility with any XML format, with NewsML, and with the News Industry Text Format (NITF), standards established by the IPTC organization.
Reuters, the global information, news, and technology group, and WAVO, a news-software developer, have joined forces to launch the NewsML Toolkit, an interface that facilitates the implementation of the newly ratified NewsML standard.
This computerized Esperanto is NewsML, which is based on the widely used XML (extensible markup language).
NewsML, which was developed by the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC), a consortium of print and wire providers, is also based on XML.