Posted on May 29, 2020 in ATSC News
From the opening session of the virtual Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference originally planned for the Las Vegas NAB Show, to sessions about targeted advertising, antenna design, emergency alerting, consumer receivers, distribution links, and new revenue opportunities created with NEXTGEN TV, some 20 different papers, sessions, and panel discussions from the NAB SHOW EXPRESS are now available for review.
The various ATSC 3.0 events are now listed under the webinars link of the Spotlight ATSC 3.0 Resources tab. Just register for NAB Show Express to see playbacks from the presentations originally made at the mid-May 2020 event.
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