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Art of Digital Video, Third Edition by John Watkinson Art of Digital Audio, Third Edition by John Watkinson Television Fundamentals by John Watkinson Convergence in Broadcast and Communications Media by John Watkinson The MPEG Handbook, Second Edition by John Watkinson