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How to import and export the Programming Guide

The TVU Channel Export Programming Guide feature allows you to share your programming schedule guide to various content delivery networks as an XML file complete with metadata about the channel, including name, program names, start and end times, and program descriptions.

To import an updated EPG file into a program schedule:

  1. Click Playout at the top of the window.
  2. Click the Program Template tab in the left panel.
  3. Select a file from the file list and click the edit document icon.
  4. Click Upload icon to the right of the Timing list field.
  5. Select the updated XML or CSV file on your local drive and click Open.
  6. Click Save at the bottom of the window. Then, click Yes to save your template changes.

To export, link to, and view an EPG file:

  1. Click Playout at the top of the window.
  2. Click the Export EPG XML button in the top, right panel to export your XML file to your local drive.
  3. To copy the EPG link to the clipboard, click the Link icon. Open a browser window and paste this link into the address bar to access the XML file via URL.

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TVU Channel is a cloud streaming service created by TVU Networks that completely revolutionizes creating, managing, operating, and monetizing a 24/7 digital channel. Using cellular bonding and low latency features, broadcasters & producers alike can manage remote productions and multi-camera live streaming with ease. Our zero infrastructure environment has massively reduced the time, cost, and complexity of creating custom channels. In addition to creating new content channels, many broadcasters use Channel as a backup for their television stations Master Control.