Monthly Archives: November 2015

Summit: 3.0 Could Be Boon To Public Safety

The inaugural Smart Spectrum Summit demonstrated to the public safety community how adoption of the ATSC 3.0 next-gen TV transmission standard will also give them a reliable, robust wireless communications service that can sidestep current wireless network congestion to deliver … Continue reading

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Broadcasters Fear FCC Vacant-Channel Plan

The commission’s proposal to reserve up to two UHF channels for unlicensed devices in the shrunken, post-auction TV band could hinder the adoption of ATSC 3.0 and hurt low-power TV stations’ chances of survival, according to NAB and other broadcasters. … Continue reading

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ATSC 3.0 Seen Delivering Economic Boon

A new study says implementing the ATSC 3.0 next-gen standard could result in $12 billion to $20 billion in additional annual revenue to broadcasters. Source: ATSC 3.0 Seen Delivering Economic Boon

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NTV, affiliates sold for $31.25 million – Kearney Hub: Local

Source: NTV, affiliates sold for $31.25 million – Kearney Hub: Local

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Sinclair to Buy Pappas Stations for $31.25 Million | TvTechnology

Sinclair Broadcast Group has purchased the Pappas stations in Nebraska, according to the transaction broker, Kalil & Co., of Tuscon, Ariz. Source: Sinclair to Buy Pappas Stations for $31.25 Million | TvTechnology

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Sinclair Buys Six Pappas Stations In Neb.

The broadcast group pays $31.25 million to add to its portfolio the Nebraska stations KFXL Lincoln, KHGI Kearney, KHGI-LD O’Neill, KWNB-LD Hayes Center, KWNB-LD McCook and KHGI-CD North Platte. Source: Sinclair Buys Six Pappas Stations In Neb.

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Smart Spectrum Summit Focus: Public Safety

The upcoming Smart Spectrum Summit will focus on broadcast/broadband hybrid networks for public safety and emergency communications. It’s set for Nov. 18 in Washington and will be keynoted by Michael Poth, FirstNet CEO. Source: Smart Spectrum Summit Focus: Public Safety

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