Posted on January 15, 2019 in ATSC News
ATSC 2019 sponsor TitanTV has deep roots in the broadcast industry, supplying program management tools, “What’s-On” guides and signal prediction services, as well as PSIP metadata delivery. Titan TV’s mission to provide television viewers with consistent, high- quality program and channel information, wherever they may seek it. Their products ensure that businesses serving those viewers can manage and deliver this information as efficiently as possible. TitanTV strives for early involvement as new technologies emerge, contributing to first-seen demonstrations during the analog-to-digital transition, the launch of Mobile DTV and, most recently, the groundbreaking ATSC 3.0 Phoenix Model Market project. Consumer sites that promote the viability and benefits of over-the-air reception include AntennaWeb.org, the NAB- and CTA-sponsored site that provides cord cutters (and cord-nevers) with the essential information they need about which television antenna type is appropriate for their location and viewing needs. TitanTV.com is a leading TV listing service for local broadcasting, cable, satellite and live streaming channel program lineups. And TitanTV’s MediaStar program management suite offers broadcasters the most accurate and up-to-date program listings available online. www.titantvinc.com
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