Posted on December 16, 2022 in ATSC News
Four updated documents have been published on the ATSC website since the last issue of The Standard:
At the TG3 Meeting in San Francisco on December 8, four documents were authorized for ballot. Look for ballots on:
The ATSC workspace system (Kavi) sends out a notification to members when each ballot opens. Reminders are sent to members who have not already voted one week before the ballot closes, and again 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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