Posted on September 1, 2020 in ATSC News
As summer gives way to fall, ATSC welcomes a bevy of organizations and individuals that joined the ATSC community in 2020 thus far. Our activities and projects benefit greatly from the diversity of our members. They come in all sizes, they come from all corners of the globe, and they bring a wide range of expertise to bear. ATSC is continually evaluating work items and processes in order to ensure that members derive the maximum value from ATSC. We also greatly appreciate our Sponsors whose support allows us to go the extra mile toward our common goals. Together we are ushering in new opportunities for the broadcast ecosystem.
Joining the ranks of ATSC Members in 2020, we welcome:
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