Posted on October 11, 2022 in ATSC News
Four new documents have published within the last month, and four others are currently at TG3 ballot. The newly published documents are:
All ATSC ballots open at 6:00 p.m. ET, and close at 11:59 p.m. ET on the closing date. A four-week ballot is the default, unless otherwise specified. The length can be extended or shortened on TG3 ballots by direction from the Technology Group.
For TG3 ballots, only member companies with voting eligibility (as defined on the current Voting Eligibility List) may vote. One vote per company.
Ballots of the full ATSC Membership are conducted on a dedicated group on Kavi known as the Member Representatives group. This group is made up of the primary representative from each member company.
The Kavi system sends out a notification when each ballot opens. Reminders are sent to members who have not already voted 1) one week before the ballot closes, and 2) one business day before the ballot closes. After a ballot has closed, voting details are available to members of the group. Comments submitted during the ballot period also may be viewed. Notification of a closed ballot and the results of that ballot are sent to members on the business day following closure by ATSC staff.
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