Pearl’s new research by Magid in partnership with Dolby, shows consumers are increasingly looking to local broadcast stations to provide NEXTGEN TV services and that they want NEXTGEN TV receivers.
As HDR heats up, Sinclair Broadcast Group and Bally Sports are preparing for the distribution of 1080P60 HDR for its premier sports products. An end-to-end demonstration of sports content will be demonstrated with commercially available gear featuring Advanced HDR by Technicolor.
Sony is building on its proven ATSC 3.0 tuner technology for TV/STB/Datacasting devices and has also released a 4 diversity ATSC 3.0 device which is ideal for the connected car.
The VBox ATSC 3.0 Testbed – Version 2.5 is aimed at assisting TV broadcast engineers, Broadcast App and AEI developers, Datacasting and Distance learning vendors and others, providing an improved feature, cost effective ATSC 3.0 toolkit to examine product field trials and market launches.
Our internal processes, affiliate guide pages, and signal prediction services have been updated to incorporate ATSC 3.0. In markets where NEXTGEN TV is now active, TitanTV has been aggressive in working with multiple broadcast partners to display programming data for those channels.
Innovative Methods for Distribution of Television Broadcasts Over MVPDs
BROADCAST TECHNOLOGIES, SCTE, THE NAB SHOW CONFERENCE PASS, BROADCAST ENGINEERING AND IT CONFERENCE (BEIT)
WHEN: Saturday, April 23 | 1:55 PM – 2:55 PM
Joel Derrico, Principal Engineer, Cox Communications
Stuart Kurkpwski, PhD, Distinguished Engineer, Comcast Technology Solutions
Yasser Syed, PhD, Distinguished Architect, Comcast
The LEAF Smart Home Gateway augments home networks for seamless access to broadcast services on all devices. The LEAF end-to-end platform provides massive scale, reaching any device in any home.
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