Under the terms of the deal, Warner Bros will deliver HD syndication via Pathfire's Digital Media Gateway network of servers. The partnership has already delivered programming to WSB-TV in Atlanta.
The delivery used the existing Pathfire infrastructure to enable the satellite delivery of the programming.
The strictly file-based process enables stations to benefit from a streamlined workflow by cutting the time and hands required to get a programme ready for air.
Pathfire enables native integration into play-to-air servers, as well as providing transcoding to either 1080i or 720p to match a station's infrastructure.
To develop the platform, content providers, content distributors and broadcast groups have provided Pathfire with technical guidance.
Sterling Davis, vice president of engineering at Cox Television and Cox Radio, said: "File-based delivery of all content types brings us closer to our group-wide vision of digital ingest and processing of content throughout all production areas of our stations."
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