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.
As TV broadcasters struggle to stay on air during the pandemic, the FCC has released the map to the future NextGen TV Broadcast Internet world.
This time last year, had anyone predicted or suggested what is now normal in live TV news, sports and entertainment, such as fake fans, laugh track-style crowd noise and regular live news reporting and interviews from reporter’s homes, they would have been laughed out of the industry. Who would have thunk?
As broadcasters launch NEXTGEN TV and telecoms launch 5G, a couple of high-profile, rich-guys with rocket companies are racing to build new wireless data communications infrastructures to benefit everyone, everywhere.
When the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) began its search for a new president this year, after two decades of steady leadership by Mark Richer - who oversaw the country’s transition from analog to digital and then to HDTV - it knew it wanted a technically savvy person who could bring fresh ideas. After considering “a sea of highly qualified applicants,” the standards development organization chose Madeleine Noland as its new president, effective May 15, 2019.
As the world prepares for 2020, broadcasters, video content creators and providers grapple with new formats and distribution models, and what it takes to test and maintain them.
The 5G Media Action Group launched at IBC 2019 to promote broadcast over future 5G cellular networks has just held its first General Assembly at the Geneva headquarters of the EBU (European Broadcasting Union).
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has unveiled “NEXT GEN TV” as the go-to-market name and logo for all ATSC 3.0-Enabled Tech Devices.