Ushering in the NEXTGEN TV era, ATSC 3.0 co-developer LG Electronics has launched new OLED TV models equipped to receive new services with enhanced content, pictures and sound.platinum Sponsor
Pearl’s promotional effort highlights the capabilities of NEXTGEN TV powered by the groundbreaking ATSC 3.0 standard.platinum Sponsor
Supporting the continued adoption and delivery of ATSC 3.0 through the NEXTGEN TV logo, and ATSC 3 Security Authority (A3SA) certification programs.gold Sponsor
Comark Digital Services (CDS) operates a full lab for equipment testing / integration at the company’s facility in Southwick, MA.silver Sponsor
Technology infrastructure company Public Media Group (PMG) has formed an alliance with global broadcast and wireless communications infrastructure leader American Tower to enhance and expedite the delivery of Single Frequency Networks (SFNs) to the broadcast industry.silver Sponsor
ATSC 3.0 will create important new opportunities for U.S. broadcast television stations, including the ability to deliver advanced emergency alerts, program guides, and targeted advertising. However, the ATSC 3.0 environment is complex, and broadcasters need a fast and efficient way to launch NextGen TV services.silver Sponsor
SkyScraper XM is a new ATSC 3.0 datacasting system with NRT engine.silver Sponsor
Using Triveni Digital’s ATSC 3.0 and ATSC 1.0 combo analyzer, stations can troubleshoot NextGen TV and ATSC 1.0 service issues to ensure exceptional service quality.silver Sponsor
ENENSYS Technologies is proud to present its ATSC 3.0 delivery solution based on innovative and virtualized products – MediaCast (Delivery and Signaling server) and SmartGate (Broadcast Gateway) – and TestTree NEXTGEN TV Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) monitoring with StreamProbe and EdgeProbe.bronze Sponsor
BitRouter’s ATSC 3.0 middleware is field proven, robust and flexible enough to develop set-top boxes, TVs, automotive, distance learning or mobile devices.bronze Sponsor
In partnership with a task force of leading companies, including Thomson Broadcast, Triveni Digital, Synamedia, Convergence Services, Zinwell, Alticast, Osborn Engineering and others, PMVG is taking the lead to enable end to end solutions for the national non-profit network of pubic media organizations with a focus on services to their local communities.bronze Sponsor
Dominating the global market share for ATSC 3.0 transmitters, Rohde & Schwarz’s Next Gen TV solution addresses broadcaster’s need for flexibility, operational efficiency and reliability.bronze Sponsor
AGC Systems has diverse expertise in the technologies and businesses supporting the broadcast and consumer electronics industries.
The AWARN Alliance is a “coalition of the willing” that is on a mission to bring Advanced Emergency Alerting and Informing (AEA&I) powered by NEXTGEN TV to the world.
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If you’re not already prepared to move to a virtualized broadcasting environment, this transitional period is the time to assess the advantages ATSC 3.0 will offer and plan your next steps.
Development of Canada’s first Research and Development test bed and lab exploring multisectoral applications enabled by the new ATSC 3.0 television broadcast standard.
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CXD2878ER/CXD6801GL are high-performance receiver LSIs in an optimized single package. Multiple customer products launching in 2020 with more to come in 2021.
TitanTV’s MediaStar Suite provides an efficient scheduling tool that is flexible to accommodate NextGen TV, which outputs directly to ESG Data Services with rich media.
As the number of stations rolling out NEXTGEN increases in 2021, one key portion of the initial build is making sure that Verance Aspect audio watermark embedding is included in buildout plans.
In order to power ATSC A/344 interactivity and other services across 100% of NextGen TV sets, stations should be rolling out the ATSC A/334 audio watermark immediately.
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