Monthly Archives: April 2016

NAB Reveals, And Revels In, 3.0 Progress

As the push to move TV broadcasting to the more powerful and versatile ATSC 3.0 transmission standard picks up steam almost daily, this week’s NAB Show let attendees get up close and personal with the new tech. The show featured … Continue reading

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Wheeler On Broadcasters’ 3.0 Push: ‘Hooray’

The FCC Chairman tells an NAB Show audience: “Hooray for the creative thinking of the broadcast community that brought ATSC 3.0 from an idea into reality. We need to move with dispatch to get that in the public debate.” He … Continue reading

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TV’s ATSC 3.0 Possiblities On Display

The ATSC 3.0 Consumer Experience at the 2016 NAB Show offered a look into a future that includes reception of ATSC 3.0 TV signals in next-gen consumer televisions and powered indoor antennas that receive 3.0 signals and retransmit them via … Continue reading

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ATSC 3.0 Will Bring TV To ‘Inflection Point’

Sinclair’s top tech, Mark Aitken, says the next-gen TV standard will offer stations a plethora of new business opportunities. “There will come a day shortly where the kinds of services broadcasters are capable of offering” top those consumers will be … Continue reading

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Broadcast TV’s Future Is In Wheeler’s Hands

Now that the NAB has asked the commission to authorize the use of next-gen TV transmission standard ATSC 3.0 on a voluntary basis, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has a chance to create a wonderful legacy for himself. If he moves to quickly … Continue reading

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NAB, CTA Propose Voluntary Transition To Next-Gen TV Broadcasting

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Sinclair Eager To Offer Next-Gen TV Services

The FCC just received broadcasters’ request to permit use of ATSC 3.0 and has not yet said whether it will even consider the petition. Nonetheless, Sinclair is charging ahead with plans to exploit the technology that include a national “wireless … Continue reading

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