Posted on October 22, 2023 in ATSC News
For 25 years, DigiCAP has brought advanced software development solutions to media companies. We developed the world’s first ATSC 3.0 gateway products in 2017 to help launch the first ATSC 3.0 TV stations in Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Today, of the 70 markets now transmitting ATSC 3.0, more than half use DigiCAP’s ATSC 3.0 gateway solution, DigiCaster.
According to Joonyoung Park, Sr. VP and DigiCAP Board Member, “The migration to ATSC 3.0 gives broadcasters new opportunities to innovate and problem solve with software. DigiCAP’s first mover status with ATSC 3.0 deployments and long history in software enables us to help broadcasters.” Following are words from some of the partners we enjoy working with to solve problems:
Mark Aitken, SVP at Sinclair Broadcast Group and President of ONE Media
What’s great about our relationship with DigiCAP is that we don’t mind putting impossible problems on the table and asking them to help solve them. In years to come, this industry will be reliant on close personal relationships built on trust, where you have the ability to ask difficult questions and work through problems.
Dennis Klas, Owner, Heartland Video Systems
Heartland Video Systems has developed a specialty in converting TV stations to ATSC 3.0. Because there is no consistency in how stations were built, many conversions require a lot of creative problem solving. We have found DigiCAP to be a valued partner, especially because of their software problem solving expertise.
Mark O’Brien, President of SpectraRep
DigiCAP is a great partner with a commitment to success. They are agile and able to quickly modify their software-based products to solve problems. DigiCAP enabled us to connect public safety command vehicles at the National Marine Corps Marathon, enhance information sharing across multiple agencies in Washington DC for the July Fourth events on the National Mall, and will soon play a critical role in connecting every police car in the US Virgin Islands.
What ATSC 3.0 problems can DigiCAP help solve for you? Contact Joonyoung Park at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 213.375.8682.
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