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News Industry Text Format (NITF): XML specification for the content and structure of news articles. NITF differs from NewsML in that there is no concept in NewsML of a paragraph or subheadline. Also, there is no concept in NITF of a sidebar or alternative translations of the same document. For text stories, the International Press Telecommunications Council recommends the NITF. Organization: International Press Telecommunications Council. More information: NITF page on the IPTC website.

NewsML: XML specification for encoding for news which is intended to be used for the creation, transfer and delivery of news. NewsML is media independent, and allows equally for the representation of the evening TV news and a simple textual story. Organization: International Press Telecommunications Council. More information: NewsML page on the IPTC website.

Publishing Requirements for Industry Standard Markup (PRISM): XML metadata vocabulary for managing, post-processing, multi-purposing and aggregating publishing content for magazine and journal publishing. Organization: IDEAlliance. More information: PRISM page on the IDEAlliance website.

SportsML: XML specification for the interchange of sports data. Organization: International Press Telecommunications Council. More information: SportsML page on the IPTC website.

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