Posted on September 1, 2020 in ATSC News
ATSC 2020 sponsor TitanTV, Inc is the broadcast industry’s foremost online software and information provider. It delivers real-time tools for signal prediction, PSIP metadata, ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV ESG Data and rich media services, online guides and more.
TitanTV also provides a suite of program scheduling tools that enable broadcasters to efficiently maintain their schedules, whether for a single station or in a “Central Command” scenario in a station group where one station is responsible for maintaining the schedules of many others. A contract management component ensures syndicated series and movies are aired according to the terms of their respective contracts.
The company also maintains the consumer sites, TitanTV.com, a free online television guide, and AntennaWeb.org, a site dedicated to enabling consumers to discover the number of over-the-air channels available from local broadcasters and how to choose the correct antenna to receive them.
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