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Sinclair Broadcast Group closed Thursday on the acquisition of two Class A television stations located in the Washington, D.C., market. In addition to traditional broadcast programming, the company plans to use channel capacity from one of the...
The ATSC 3.0 enabled phone is a reality.  Although not on the streets of the U.S. yet,  Mark Aitken, president of One Media LLC and an ATBA Board Member, took delivery of the first – “The MarkONE-RD.” 
Join us tomorrow, Wednesday, October 14th, 2020 at 3pm Central to hear from John Wilhite, senior systems design engineer at Harmonic. Wilhite has been involved with the ATSC for more than a decade....
When it comes to the deployment of ATSC 3.0 and the new services that it can provide to broadcasting and beyond, the NAB tells the FCC it should take a “light regulatory touch.” On...
Artificial intelligence touches far more than the production and workflow sides of the television industry. It is making its presence known at the cash register, as well.  Guided by insights derived from data pools...
The year 2020 has forced many changes on TV broadcasters, including relying more on services like Zoom and IP-based technologies for electronic newsgathering. So, six months in, how has IP performed? Read more from...
Four leading local television stations in Austin, TX, including  KXAN-TV (NBC), KEYE-TV (CBS), KNVA (CW), and KBVO-CD (MyNet), today became among the first in the nation to begin broadcasting with NEXTGEN TV, a revolutionary new digital broadcast technology....
ARK Multicasting, Inc. (“ARK”) today announced the successful pilot of their last mile edge caching technology over the Next Gen TV standard of ATSC 3.0. The demo showed ARK caching 4K, HD, and SD video...
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced that the items below are tentatively on the agenda for the October Open Commission Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 27, 2020: Restoring Internet Freedom Order Remand...
The Wednesday Webinar for tomorrow, October 6, 2020 at 3pm Central time, has been cancelled. Join in next week for our Webinar as we discuss the topic "How ATSC 3.0 is Pushing Boundaries of TV Broadcasting".
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