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ATSC DATACASTING PAVES WAY FOR FLEXIBILITY OF ATSC 3.0 IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

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Four experts working on different facets of distance education told hundreds of viewers watching an ATSC-sponsored session during early January’s CES that ATSC 3.0 and its Internet Protocol backbone is ideally positioned to help bridge the digital divide, since television itself is virtually a ubiquitous service.

Lonna Thompson of America’s Public TV Stations (APTS), Fred Engel of North Carolina PBS, Aby Alexander of Thomson Broadcast, and Todd Achilles of Edge Networks in Idaho explored the different facets of education via television during a panel discussion organized during the annual CES.

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