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Join us for a discussion with Fred Baumgartner, Director Next Gen TV Implementation at ONEMedia -- Sinclair Broadcast Group to discuss AWARN and ATSC 3.0. One of the first applications for NextGen Broadcasting (aka ATSC 3.0) is Advanced Emergency Alerting and...
Dan Viles, General Manager of CANNY Inc. & Jeff Winemiller  jointly announced  WYBM TV 15 Berkshire & Springfield Mass. will take to the air this fall. The  pending launch of TV service to the counties of Berkshire, Franklin, Hampshire...
Locast — the nonprofit service that streamed local broadcast TV channels from a few dozen major markets — has shut down following summary judgment by a federal court. (That basically means the judge effectively said there’s no way you’re ever...
Former HC2 Holdings leader Philip Falcone has emerged as the head of a new entity seeking to build a collection of low-power TV stations as part of a spectrum play. Click here to view the full story.
Leaders in the ATSC 3.0 space came together last week in Washington at a much different annual meeting than any year before. Confined to a virtual meeting in 2020, the 2021 meeting was significantly bigger in attendance than...
Advanced television's growing pains -- along with its growth trajectory -- were evident during this week’s ATSC "Full Steam Ahead" annual member meeting and conference. Discussions veered from NextGen TV's ability to make traditional broadcasting better to entry paths for entirely...
 The Advanced Television Systems Committee today awarded its highest technical honor, the 2021 Bernard J. Lechner Outstanding Contributor Award, to Alan Stein, Vice President of Technology at InterDigital.   ATSC also presented the Mark Richer Industry Leadership Medal to Sen....
CommScope, a global leader in home network solutions, has been selected by Evoca to provide their subscribers with the latest generation of set-top solutions powered by Android TV™ with integrated dual multimode ATSC 3.0 and ATSC 1.0 tuners, marking one of the first times this technology combination...
Kansas City television stations today began broadcasting with NextGen TV (also known as ATSC 3.0). The stations: Hearst Television’s KMBC (ABC) and KCWE (CW), Meredith’s KCTV (CBS) and KSMO (MNT), Scripps’ KSHB (NBC) and KMCI (IND), Nexstar’s WDAF (Fox) and...
NextGen TV has launched in Atlanta, GA, with five local stations now broadcasting with the NextGen TV transmissions standard. The stations in Atlanta include WPCH (Independent, Channel 17), WGCL (CBS, Channel 46), WSB (ABC, Channel 2), WAGA (FOX, Channel...