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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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According to the media news, altogether 16 dailies have been allowed to bring out their circulations.
Out of sixteen private daily newspapers, four dailies - Pyidaungsu Daily (Union Daily), Shwe Naing Ngan Thit Daily (Golden Freshland Daily), San Taw Chein Daily (Standard Times Daily) and Voice Daily - have already started their circulations on Monday.
Alaska: The dailies in Anchorage and Fairbanks slipped less than one percent on all days.
Print circulation continues on its steep downward slide, the Audit Bureau of Circulations revealed this morning in releasing the latest numbers for some of the country's largest dailies in the six-month period ending March 31, 2008.
With the number of free dailies in North American now past the half-century mark and counting, it may be time for them to organize their own association, some publishers think.
-- FAS-FAX Circ Numbers for the Top 25 Dailies and Sunday Papers