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Broadcasters Plan Holiday Ad Campaigns to Promote NextGen TV

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With NextGen TV signals projected to reach 45% of U.S. homes by the end of 2021, the Pearl TV consortium of broadcast station groups...

Korea-U.S NextGen Broadcast Webinar

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The broadcasting industry is constantly improving with new cutting-edge innovations and technology on the horizon. Pre-Register for the Korea-U.S Broadcast Webinar to learn more...

Sale Of Two Salinas, CA, LPTV CPs To Rubin Broadcasting Has...

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Mako Communications, a Texas limited liability company has closed on the sale of the construction permits for K10RU-D and K12XN-D both Salinas, Calif., to...

Mako Completes Sale of Monterey Bay LPTV Permits

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In early July, a special group of low-power television station permits were put up for sale by a Texas-based company that didn’t wish to...

NAB’s PILOT Sponsoring Seminars on the ATSC 3.0 Physical Layer

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The first seminar will be held at NAB’s headquarters on Nov. 17-18; at least four others are planned for other locations around the country The...

A Milwaukee LPTV Closer To New Owner

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It is a low-powered TV station that in summer 2018 was heading to HC2 Holdings, with a $400,000 transaction proposed. Read more at https://www.rbr.com/264042-2/

A Second FNPRM Advances NAB Plan For OTA Multicast Licenses

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In a significant move that signals a likely lobbying victory for the NAB, the full FCC on Friday released a Second Further Notice of Proposed...

FCC Proposes Multicast Rule Changes to Facilitate ATSC 3.0 Deployments

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The agency is asking for public comments on changes would simplify the regulatory process of offering NextGen TV broadcasts on a host station The FCC...

San Diego TV Station Broadcasting Hybrid FM-ATSC 3.0 Signal on TV...

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A local San Diego low-power TV station is testing the broadcast of FM signals over ATSC 3.0 (aka "NextGen TV"). KRPE-LD San Diego, low power...

Eight TV Owner Groups Sign On With VUit

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A subscription-free, ad-supported national streaming video service backed by Gray Television has signed what it calls “major agreements” with eight station groups and independent TV station owners. The...