Posted on March 8, 2023 in ATSC News
Demands of viewers and listeners have shifted, forcing you to streamline operations, expand your capabilities and change the way your signal reaches the public. The latest technologies and spectrum create new challenges along with many opportunities—innovative programming, targeted advertising and added revenue streams. Our networks are designed and built to help you run your organization today, while setting the stage for opportunities ahead.
We know you have choices when it comes to getting on air and expanding your network. When you work with us, you get a partner who is dedicated to understanding your needs and delivering a custom solution for your precise requirements. Our towers, fiber and other infrastructure are already in place and with our end-to-end service delivery and expertise, we can help you navigate new ATSC 3.0 equipment and RF requirements to deploy new solutions at scale—such as video transport. Our Video Transport solution moves your videos at high speeds over our industry-leading network so you get the bandwidth, reliability and value that your organization requires and your customers demand.
With our unique portfolio of towers, small cells, and fiber we’re not like other providers—here’s what else makes us different.
We’ll take you anywhere. You need solutions that meet you where you’re at today and keep pace with where you’re going. With more than 40,000 towers, approximately 85,000 route miles of fiber, approximately 115,000 small cells on air or under contract and nearly 100 offices around the country, we have an unparalleled footprint of infrastructure and deep local expertise.
Decades of experience at your fingertips. Communication needs are changing quickly, and every business faces unique challenges. In our 25 years of owning and operating network infrastructure, we’ve experienced it all, and we’ll bring that expertise to the table when we work with you—whether you need guidance through the process or leadership to evolve complex systems.
Solutions suited to your business. There are no one-size-fits-all infrastructure solutions. We understand your industry’s opportunities and challenges, and we’ll work with you to develop a solution that supports the connectivity you need, on terms that work for your business. With the backing of an S&P 500 company, you have a partner who’s in it for the long haul.
Our infrastructure and our expertise at a glance.
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