Posted on January 2, 2014 in ATSC News
As we usher in the New Year, members of your board of directors look ahead with great enthusiasm as the ATSC embarks on the exciting next phase of defining the future of broadcast television:
May the ATSC New Year bring tidings of square pixels, progressive scan, integer frame rates and harmonization among world standards!
-Glenn Reitmeier, NBC Universal
My New Year’s resolution for the ATSC is to achieve great progress on ATSC 3.0 so that we are poised to bring consumers amazing new experiences like Ultra HD and TV content where and when consumers want it.
-Brian Markwalter, CEA
For the ATSC, may 2014 be a year of blue skies, green fields, and the dawn of a golden age; and may the ATSC transform great ideas into practical realities for a new generation of television.
-Sam Mathney, Capitol Broadcasting
My New Year’s hope for the ATSC is to see significant progress made in our effort to develop ATSC 3.0.
-Jim Kutzner, PBS
My wish for ATSC in the New Year is for mobile DTV (A/153) to finally gains market acceptance such that the vast majority of stations emit mobile broadcasts by the end of 2014.
-Richard Friedel, FOX
May the New Year bring about our very best efforts in the successful development of ATSC 2.0 and ATSC 3.0 for the broadcasting industry.
-Andy Scott, NCTA
For the ATSC, may the New Year bring a renewed excitement about the future of broadcast television the value it brings to consumers and the new business opportunities that lie ahead for all stakeholders.
-Dave Siegler, Cox Media Group
My New Year’s resolution for the ATSC is continued growth of ATSC A/153 Mobile DTV in 2014 as more broadcasters embrace the Mobile Emergency Alert System as an extension of broadcasters’ life-saving public safety mission.
-John Taylor, LG Electronics USA
May the New Year bring the ATSC collaboration, cooperation and productivity from all stakeholders, identifying a 3.0 platform that supports flexibility as well as evolvability that will be adaptable to work with both emerging technologies and broadcast systems worldwide.
-Ira Goldstone, Univision
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