NAB, CTA launching ATSC 3.0 test station in Cleveland

ATSC 3.0 activities are picking up in Cleveland as the National Association of Broadcasters and the Consumer Technology Association prepare to launch a “living laboratory” in the city. The NAB has be...

Sinclair: Tribune Merger Will Save Free TV

From MultiChannel News Sinclair is vigorously defending its proposed merger with Tribune to the FCC as both in the interest of the public and of the company, which it said needs to scale up to be bet...

MPEG LA Looking to Fill ATSC 3.0 Patent Pool

MPEG LA jumped into the ATSC 3.0 mix by announcing a call for patents that are “essential” to the next-gen TV transmission standard that will blend over-the-air and broadband capabilities, support mo...

Pai Made Pit Stops in Industrial Midwest

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is on the move. Pai hit the road last week, making stops in Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Youngstown, Ohio, as well as Detroit to talk about some of his goals and to see what the br...

Request Filed With FCC Addresses Concerns of LPTV

On Friday, March 14, 2016, Free Access & Broadcast Telemedia, LLC, (FAB), filed a request with the Federal Communications Commission that addresses concerns raised by the LPTV industry in the era...

NAB Slams FCC Repack Plan, Seeks Changes

from Broadcasting & Cable – The National Association of Broadcasters has petitioned the FCC reconsider its “flawed” framework and timeline for repacking TV stations after the in...

NAB Offers Election Toolkit for Broadcasters

The National Association for Broadcasters has offered a free 2016 election toolkit for broadcasters to support radio and television station efforts this election cycle. “Broadcasters play a cri...