Posted on January 13, 2023 in
Adam Goldberg has three decades of experience in various facets of digital television and has been an active participant in the ATSC since 1996. He currently chairs S36 (security) and TG3-12 (portrait mode video) and is the vice-chair of S33. He has chaired every ATSC technical group focused on security (yielding ATSC A/70 and A/360 standards families).
He has been involved in various digital television and digital telecommunications activities, including the over-the-air digital transition, cable television and home entertainment in general for more than three decades. Mr. Goldberg has been deeply involved with many aspects of digital television, including receivers, receiver silicon and broadcast equipment, and has held engineering, project management, strategic planning, standards and government relations roles for software vendors, decoder and silicon manufacturers, network and head-end vendors and consumer electronics companies and has spoken world-wide on digital television issues.
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