Posted on November 8, 2021 in ATSC News
Fincons Group: Enabling NextGen TV R-evolution
FINCONS pioneered both the HbbTV roll out and the ATSC 3.0 launch, which are transforming TV as we used to know it. We immediately embraced NextGen TV with enthusiasm , right from the first ATSC3 pilot app we developed together with the NAB back in 2018, up to the first ATSC 3.0 broadcaster app we put in production with Univision in 2020; showcasing a number of novel services for citizens, ranging from Remote Schooling with the Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science to News Literacy with the E.W. Scripps, from TV-driven e-commerce with CBS to Sport Gamification and Betting with NESN.
At the upcoming HbbTV Symposium (Paris, November 25, 2021), FINCONS will moderate a round table focussed on ATSC3 and HbbTV application trends, with an exciting line-up of leading representatives of the NextGen TV R-evolution. We are honoured to host Madeleine Noland, who will enrich the conversation with an update on the ATSC3 roadmap. Fincons will showcase innovative addressable TV advertising models and ground-breaking technology enablers to reach a wider audience.
With over 2000 employees worldwide and 38 years of experience in the Media sector, FINCONS provides business consultancy, ICT solutions and services covering the entire Digital Supply Chain, from Rights Management, Programming and Scheduling, to Advertising Sales and Omnichannel Video Delivery.
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