Enables transformation of cellular to 5G and broadcast to ATSC 3.0. New standard is key to using 5G delivery technologies offering more services within same 6 MHz bandwidth, reaching more viewers in more locations, on more devices, opening revenue streams, and discovering new possibilities associated with file datacasting.
Pearl TV is expanding support for digital video advertising technology in its Web TV platform, RUN3TV. It brings digital advertising capabilities equivalent to the web and connected TV, and is a key driver for broadcaster’s return on investment in NEXTGEN TV services. Now with more monetization opportunities, broadcasters deploying NEXTGEN TV gain a critical time-to-revenue advantage.
Sharing the same Common Software Foundation, Harmonic XOS Advanced Media Processor and cloud-native VOS360 SAAS platform are the perfect future-proof solutions to support the playout and encoding complexity, advanced technology requirement, and your ever-changing business needs. Please feel free to reach out to us anytime!
Comark Digital Services integrates the latest technology and software solutions for ATSC 3.0 deployments; from HEVC encoding through HPTV and SFN Transmitters
Triveni Digital has made significant progress in streamlining NEXTGEN TV operations and in driving new revenue streams for broadcasters with its SkyScraper® XM Datacasting System and StreamScope® XM ATSC 3.0 Monitor.
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.
Humber’s B²C Lab is currently undertaking research and innovation in ATSC 3.0 applications with a number of industry partners including Avateq, Sinclair Broadcast Group, and Pelmorex.
We started shipping ZapperBox M1 with beta software on July 1, 2022. Now after testing with real customers in almost all launched markets we’re shipping with final software. Exciting new features are planned including DVR, support for copy-protected content, MMT and A/344.
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The Advanced Television Systems Committee, Inc., is an international, non-profit organization developing voluntary standards and recommended practices for digital terrestrial broadcasting. ATSC member organizations represent the broadcast, broadcast equipment, motion picture, consumer electronics, computer, cable, satellite, and semiconductor industries. ATSC also develops digital terrestrial broadcasting implementation strategies and supports educational activities on ATSC standards.