Posted on February 1, 2021 in ATSC News
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Four local television broadcasters, WSYX, WCMH-TV, WWHO and WTTE have launched ATSC 3.0 transmission, bringing NextGen TV service to viewers in Columbus, Ohio.
WSYX is the Sinclair Broadcast Group-owned ABC/Fox affiliate in Columbus; WCMH-TV is the NexStar Media Group-owned NBC affiliate; WWHO, the Manhan Media-owned CW affiliate operated under a shared services agreement by Sinclair; and WTTE, the Cunningham Broadcasting-owned TBD affiliate operated by Sinclair under a local marketing agreement.
The four broadcasters are working together to air Fox, NBC, CW and TBD Network programming as NextGen TV services, according to an announcement from BitPath, formerly Spectrum Co.
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