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WASHINGTON—TV and radio broadcasters can go fully digital with FCC regulations after the Commission made the ruling to eliminate the requirement for broadcast and cable entities to maintain paper copies of the Code of Federal Regulations. The FCC, which...
The House Energy & Commerce Committee approved legislation this week to reauthorize the FCC for the first time in more than 25 years. The final bill was a bipartisan consensus package of agency process and reporting reforms, as well...
On the night before comments were due at the FCC on Next Gen TV, hundreds gathered around televisions in Raleigh to see the broadcast standard in action. The demo presented by Capitol Broadcasting’s WRAL-TV, NBCU and NAB used the...
After years of development, the ATSC 3.0 standard is ready to go. ATBA's Communication Director Lee Miler and Josh Weiss, ATBA Advisory Board Member will present at the National Religious Broadcaster's Convention in Nashville next Wednesday afternoon. The attention is now being...
RALEIGH — Last night in the hub of what’s become the Research Triangle of North Carolina, hundreds of people gathered to watch coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games from PyeongChang, South Korea. These individuals also saw first-hand the future...
RALEIGH, N.C.—There isn’t a bigger showcase than the Olympics to give viewers a taste of the much anticipated next generation television standard, ATSC 3.0. ETRI (The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), a South Korean government-funded research institution, is showcasing Next-Gen...
RALEIGH – If the future of broadcast TV is dark, someone forgot to tell Capitol Broadcasting’s Jim Goodmon, NBC Universal, the National Association of Broadcasters and a host of high-tech firms who are pushing the boundaries of over-air technology. Next...
RALEIGH — Hundreds of people will be gathering on NCSU”s Centennial Campus this afternoon and evening to take a look at the latest tech evolution headed our way — Next Generation TV, also known as Ultra High Definition TV....
WASHINGTON—Broadcasters have asked the FCC to reverse the presumption from “must-carry” to “retransmission consent” in carriage elections given that most stations now seek retrans payments, given the actual and associated costs of making those carriage elections and given the...
Olympic athletes are always on the cutting edge of technology in their sports, so it makes sense that the Olympic experience should be cutting-edge as well. A technology we're working on at WRAL is front and center at the PyeongChang...
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