Posted on September 7, 2022 in ATSC News
There are currently four documents at ballot: two at the Membership level and two at the TG3 level.
Voting at the Membership level is done on the MemRep Group on the ATSC workspace (Kavi). This group is composed of the primary representatives of ATSC voting member companies.
Voting at the TG3 level is done on the TG3 Group on Kavi. To be eligible to vote at the TG3 level, each voting member company needs to have attended at least two of the past three meetings of the Technology Group.
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