Posted on November 1, 2016 in ATSC News
When broadcasters, investors and other key stakeholders gather in Manhattan at the 2016 NAB Show New York Nov. 9-10, they’ll get an earful on next-gen broadcasting enabled by the ATSC 3.0 suite of standards.
A highlight of NAB Show New York is the “ATSC 3.0: Impact on Business Strategies and Technology Spending” session where attendees can learn where broadcasters are planning to invest, the timeline for spending, and how ATSC 3.0-related spending will impact investment in other areas.
A companion “TV2020” conference entirely devoted to “Monetizing ATSC 3.0” and produced by TVNewsCheck.com runs all day on Thursday, Nov. 10 with a series of sessions that address the various components, capabilities and requirements of ATSC 3.0:
Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters and co-located with InfoComm Connections, NAB Show New York will be held Nov. 9-10 at the Javits Convention Center. With more than 6,800 attendees and 300 exhibitors, NAB Show New York showcases the best in next-generation technology for media, entertainment and telecom professionals with conferences and workshops focused on television, film, satellite, online video, live events, corporate A/V, production and post. For complete details, visit www.nabshowny.com.
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