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BWF wav was the product of research by the EBU to find or create a standard audio file format for broadcasters to exchange. It's the only standardized, non-prporiatary container and can be expected to remain with us for many years due to the financial value of many recordings stored in the BWF format.

Karl wrote:

>Perhaps someone could comment on the history of WAV and thoughts about how
>long it might remain with us.

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