Understand the complexity of Next Gen TV, discover the standards, transmission methods, and delivery mechanisms needed to make ATSC 3.0 operate effectively. Keep up to date with this fast-paced emerging technology.
The new year is a time to ponder the past and muse about the future. In the past, nearly each technical device needed to produce broadcast TV cost more than building a new house, was as huge as it was heavy, and made pictures nobody would accept today. About 20 years ago, many analog TV stations were launching their DTV stations. Today, US TV stations are launching ATSC 3.0. Can you imagine what TV broadcasters will be doing in 2042?
“There will never be an option where the network is so resilient that you don’t need a backup plan.” Mike Kralec, SBG.
IP monitoring differs from SDI and AES due to the abstraction of the video, audio and metadata essence leading to new methods of measuring and monitoring levels and timing.
The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) recently announced the release of a new Request for Proposals (RFP) for Broadcast Core Network technologies to enhance the ATSC 3.0 broadcast standard. The project is on a fast track, with initial responses due by December 31, 2021. Could Broadcast Core Networking be a new license for TV broadcasters to print money?
Cisco is leading a $70 million investment in Israeli CDN startup Qwilt, driven by growth in the open caching architecture developed and endorsed by the Streaming Video Alliance.
An October NAB Show in Las Vegas feels about as awkward as forgetting to bring business cards.
The count according to ATSC as of 10 August 2021 indicates NextGen TV is reaching 35% of all US households on 148 NextGenTV channels in 41 US markets. Another 8 markets are expected to sign on new NextGenTV channels by the end of summer 2021. 48 more markets are listed as ‘Coming Soon.”
As more terrestrial television stations in the U.S. have been making the transition to ATSC 3.0 operations, the testing and compliance lab at Comark’s headquarters in Southwick, Mass., has been a busy place.