As the U.S. continues to roll out NextGen TV services in markets large and small across the country, 5G wireless technology is being considered (and tested) to augment the OTA signal and provide a fast and accurate backchannel to users. Many say this strategy is a less expensive way of getting the signal on the air for users on the go.
Broadcasters are experimenting with many new TV business models to monetize new NextGen TV technologies.
RAI and EBU team-up with Rohde & Schwarz and Qualcomm to showcase 5G Broadcast during Eurovision Song Contest in Torino.
America’s Emergency Network, LLC (AEN) of Washington, D.C. announces an Advanced Emergency Information (AEI) network using ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV. With the introduction of AEN, authorized alert originators such as the National Weather Service, ShakeAlert and local emergency managers will be able to send actionable, geo-targeted rich-media messages even when power, cellular and internet fail.
In late October 2021, WNYZ-LD, began broadcasting ethnic programming to New York City and Long Island, NY with the ATSC 3.0 system. The FCC modified the station license to Next-Gen status on March 22, 2022. The 3 kW ERP TV Ch. 6 station is licensed to Sound of Long Island Inc. and transmits both TV and radio broadcasts on its 82-88Mhz frequency.
Many annual NAB Shows have become milestones in TV broadcasting history. The presence of the 2022 NAB Show marked the first Las Vegas NAB Show since 2019.
Rohde & Schwarz will demonstrate multiple end-to-end workflows for broadcasters, highlighting clear migration paths from SDI to IP to the cloud at NAB Show 2022.
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