Sweden’s Teracom opts for 2wcom technology and is implementing MM01 and FlexMon FM02 units to upgrade nationwide network’s audio signals.
ATEME announced that Proximus, one of the largest telecommunications companies in Belgium, is upgrading its ATEME-based video headend with TITAN full-software solution in order to reap the benefits of its new features and R&D enhancements.
LG Electronics is launching the first ATSC 3.0-equipped 4K Ultra HD TVs in Korea as SBS and other Korean broadcasters begin Next Gen TV broadcasting this spring in advance of the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The HbbTV Association, a global initiative dedicated to providing an open standard for the delivery of broadcast and broadband services through connected TVs and set-top boxes, has released its test suite version 9.0 to support the latest Hybrid broadcast broadband TV (HbbTV) 2 specification. The group said the new release is an important step towards enhancing interoperability between HbbTV services and HbbTV devices.
GatesAir recently filed comments with the FCC asking to keep US taxpayer money spent on repack in the US.
ATSC 3.0 is coming. Plan now.
The front-of-mind issue for U.S. broadcasters is ATSC 3.0. When will it arrive? What can I do to prepare for it? Because it is not backward compatible, the change is controversial. Mike Chapman, a business expert on television with the consulting firm, Accenture, predicts how he believes ATSC 3.0 will develop
A second topic involves your career. How is it going? Got that promotion yet? How about a raise? If you could use some help climbing that corporate ladder, read this article. Senior engineer, Ned Soseman offers tips to rising above the crowd of your fellow technical staffers.