Monthly Archives: June 2016

Broadcasters Seek ATSC 3.0 Rulemaking by October 1

Broadcasters are asking the Federal Communications Commission to complete a rulemaking to deploy the ATSC 3.0 broadcast transmission standard by Oct. 1, 2016. Source: Broadcasters Seek ATSC 3.0 Rulemaking by October 1 Advertisements

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Ryvicker, Amy, Sook All Gung Ho For 3.0

The proposed next-gen TV standard is endorsed by Wells Fargo securities analyst Marci Ryvicker and her S&P Global panelists: Sinclair’s David Amy and Nexstar’s Perry Sook. Said Ryvicker: “For me, I only see it as a good thing. I can’t put a … Continue reading

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Six Reasons Why IP Is The Future Of OTA TV

While the current MPEG transport stream has worked well, it’s time for a change that will let over-the-air TV broadcasting break free from its own self-imposed silo and transition into something “that could be thought of as an extension of … Continue reading

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Stations Should Plan ATSC 3.0 Strategy Now

The proposed next-gen television standard promises to offer broadcasters a host of advantages, including adding $12 billion to $20 billion of annual revenue to the industry. Attorney Paul Cicelski spells out what stations should be doing now to prepare for … Continue reading

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