Posted on July 5, 2022 in ATSC News
For more than 30 years, Ateme has enabled content owners, broadcasters, and service providers to captivate audiences with a superior quality of experience to boost viewership engagement, acquire new customers, and unleash new monetization potential.
Following its strong involvement in the development of the ATSC 3.0 standard, Ateme has been helping customers migrate to this new standard and reap its multiple benefits.
In fact, Ateme’s TITAN Live platform was implemented in over half of all ATSC 3.0 deployments across North America in 2020, providing technology leadership and innovation to some of the largest U.S. broadcasters.
Prominent TV stations and station groups are now using Ateme TITAN Live for ATSC 3.0 launches as well as ATSC 1.0 refreshes with increased channel counts and consolidation. A good example of this is the first commercial ATSC 3.0 station launched in Las Vegas in May 2020 by Sinclair Broadcast Group, which implemented a remote launch of ATSC 3.0, with Ateme’s highly efficient deployment method.
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