TV Technology – Comments now have a deadline to weigh in on the FCC’s proposal to allow TV broadcasters to start delivering the ATSC 3.0 next gen transmission standard.

The FCC unanimously voted Feb. 23–though Democratic Mignon Clyburn still have some reservations–to propose the rollout, so long as broadcasters continue to broadcast their content in the ATSC standard as well—ATSC 3.0 is not compatible with current sets. But the proposal also asked a lot of questions about exactly how the commission should authorize the launch of the new standard.

On March 10, a summary of that decision was published in the Federal Register, which triggers the official comment period, which the FCC set as 60 and 90 days.

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