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Robert Folliard, ATBA Chairman and Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Gray Television along with Lee Miller, ATBA Communications Director and MSGPR CEO will present a paper on emerging technologies to encourage support for LPTV permanence at the upcoming NAB...
The auction has ended and most of us are still here.  While it was not only our hope but the hope of many others that the auction would not take place . . . it did, but it did...
2018 LPTV Sponsorships are now available. Exciting things are in store for our 2018! Westgate Hotel next door to the North Hall.   Ballrooms D &E at 6pm for ATBA members and VIP's   7pm for everyone else. Monday April 9, 2018 Daytime...
From Sports Video Group The 2018 CES Show isn’t even half over, and there has already been a host of big announcements and new-product releases that will greatly impact the sports-video-production industry. From Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s Opening Keynote focused on...
From Broadcasting & Cable An A team of FCC auction, repack and ATSC 3.0 experts will brief noncommercial broadcasters at their upcoming annual gathering Feb. 27 in Washington at the America's Public Television Stations Public Media Summit. Noncommercial broadcasters were among...
Medford, OR – theDove TV is excited to announce the expansion of its TV reach from Northern California down through the Sacramento Valley and over to San Francisco and Monterey. Beginning January 1, 2018, theDove TV can be seen...
When the FCC adopted its Report and Order authorizing the “next generation TV” standard ATSC 3.0, it did not resolve all issues, instead leaving a few for further public comment. Notice of the issues raised in the Further Notice...
From InsideRadio In what would be the most aggressive attack on requirements that broadcasters submit paper copies of certain documents to the Federal Communications Commission, agency chief Ajit Pai is proposing it do away the dictate. He says the demand...
Broadcasting and Cable Magazine - Las Vegas -- Execs from the National Association of Broadcasters, Advanced Television Systems Committee and Consumer Technology Association raised a toast here at CES Tuesday to mark the release of a suite of standards...
Philips-brand ATSC 3.0 TVs available in 2019 in the U.S. market will incorporate Technicolor HDR technology, which is one of several HDR standards that TV stations could adopt when implementing the ATSC 3.0 broadcast standard to transmit over-the-air TV...
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