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Assembly Dailies

In film, the best takes of two or more scenes shot on a day as put together by an editor. The editor may splice together several takes and scenes in order to create a relatively coherent assembly daily. Assembly dailies are the beginning of the editing process and are used in both television and cinema. They are also simply called dailies.
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California holdings: With the Daily News, 12 dailies.
Serota said the trade will expand the holdings of Liberty Group Publishing to 28 dailies, weeklies and shopper's guides in New York and to 100 dailies, weeklies and shopper's guides in Illinois.
Using inexpensive, convenient DVD-R discs, video professionals have immediate, random access to the day's shoot, making dailies production faster, easier and more budget-friendly than traditional dailies.
They wanted to get dailies within eight hours for a project even though the location was across the country.
The Company's newspaper operations include two major metropolitan dailies, the St.
With this transaction, Thomson has announced the sale of all of its US newspaper operations, consisting of 49 dailies and their ancillary operations, for total proceeds of US$2.