This document describes the interactive content environment provided by an ATSC 3.0 receiver. This environment is comprised of a standard W3C User Agent with known characteristics, a WebSocket interface for obtaining information from the receiver and controlling various receiver functionality, and an HTTP interface for accessing files delivered over broadcast. This document also specifies the life cycle of the interactive content when delivered over broadband or broadcast or both.
Download ATSC Candidate Standard: “Revision of A/344:2022-03, ATSC 3.0 Interactive Content”, approved 9 September 2022. The following additional documents are provided:
Microsoft Word redline showing changes relative to A/344:2022-03 as published.
A Change Log summarizing the changes contained in this revision.
The CS period extends to 8 December 2022.
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