This document defines a standard for System Information (SI) and Program Guide (PG) data compatible with digital multiplex bit streams constructed in accordance with ISO/IEC 13818-1 (MPEG-2 Systems). The document defines the standard protocol for transmission of the relevant data tables contained within packets carried in the transport stream multiplex. The protocol defined herein is referred to as Program and System Information Protocol (PSIP).
Download A/65:2013, “Program and System Information Protocol for Terrestrial Broadcast and Cable”, approved 7 August 2013.
Note that a previous version of A/65 is referenced by the U.S. FCC. That document number is A/65C (2006) with Amendment No. 1. Download A/65C:2006, “Program and System Information Protocol for Terrestrial Broadcast and Cable (Revision C) with Amendment No. 1”, approved 2 January 2006. Amendment No. 1 approved 9 May 2006.
Virtual Channels From The Range 70-99 as Described in ATSC A/65, Annex B, Section 1, Item 9
This is a directory of major virtual channels from the range 70-99 as described in ATSC A65, Annex B, Section 1, Item 9. This directory information is provided as an informational service to the industry and is not a registration authority for these numbers. Managing the use and conflicts of these major virtual channel numbers in accordance with ATSC A65 and FCC regulations is the responsibility of the individual broadcasters and not the ATSC. Broadcasters that wish to include their channels in this directory may contact the ATSC, providing all the information in the table below.
|Major Channel||Region(s)||On Air Date||Contact Information|
|75||USA: Albany, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Hartford, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, San Diego, Seattle, St. Louis, Washington||TBD||Tribune Broadcasting
435 N. Michigan Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60611
|99||USA||Oct 2003||U.S. Digital Television, Inc. 12552 South 125 West Draper, UT 84020 Phone: 801-748-2464 Fax: 801-748-0671|
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