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Distributed multimedia applications typically handle two different types of communication: request/reply interaction for control information as well as real-time streaming data. The CORBA Audio/Video Streaming Service provides a promising framework for the efficient development of such applications. In this paper, we discuss the CORBA-based design and implementation of Campus TV, a distributed television studio architecture. We analyze the performance of our test application with respect todoi:10.1016/s0097-8493(03)00147-x fatcat:7t52nae2u5fi7mn7zdxqxzpwsa