Posted on January 7, 2021 in Press Releases
Washington, D.C. – January 7, 2021 — Luminaries from the worlds of consumer technology, broadcasting and education will populate two live panel discussions organized by Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) after the first day of activities conclude for the virtual 2021 CES. Registration is free for the ATSC panels.
“From televisions to smartphones, from set-top boxes to better TV and distance learning, CES 2021 promises to be a showcase of all things NextGen TV. We’ll kick off the year in style as an Exhibitor at the virtual CES 2021. Building on the success of last year, ATSC will again have a strong presence at the show. Our goal is to amplify and aggregate all the great NextGen TV messages and announcements that consumers, retailers and other stakeholders need to know,” said ATSC President Madeleine Noland.
ATSC President Madeleine Noland moderates a panel about “ATSC 3.0 at the Consumer’s Fingertips” Tuesday, January 12 at 7:00 PM Eastern. Speakers include:
One hour later, at 8:00 PM Eastern, education experts and broadcasters will offer their views during a panel discussion entitled “ATSC 3.0 Powers Distance Education.” Moderated by ATSC VP for Standards Development Jerry Whitaker, the Distance Education panel will include participants:
ATSC has launched a dedicated ATSC CES web page (www.ATSC.org/CES) that is now spotlighting NextGen TV Consumer Devices (TV’s, phones, Set-Top Boxes, Systems on Chips, and more), Consumer Services (better TV, distance education, apps, deployments, audio services, advanced emergency messaging) and Future-in-the-Making (labs and testbeds around the world developing the future of NextGen TV.)
Registered CES attendees can also visit ATSC’s ATSC Virtual Booth at CES – featuring short videos, news, brochures and more, and ATSC President Madeleine Noland is a panelist at a NextGen TV panel at CES – 7:30-8:00 AM EST on January 12.
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