Posted on June 4, 2019 in ATSC News
President Madeleine Noland calls our members “the backbone of ATSC.” With the rollout of Next Gen TV powered by ATSC 3.0 under way, current members are stepping up their engagement while new members – including Google LLC and InterDigital Inc. – are jumping onboard.
Through its Widevine content security team, Google is interested in ATSC 3.0 discussions and planning surrounding security. InterDigital, involved in standardization since the formation of 3GPP in 1998, is in the process of acquiring Technicolor’s Research and Innovation team.
Other new members include V-Nova Ltd., a London-based technology company providing next-generation compression solutions, interested in ATSC’s metadata work, and
Technology Advisers, the strategy and technology consulting firm led by ATSC board member and long-time ATSC contributor Paul Hearty, formerly of Sony.
ATBiS Co. Ltd
America’s Public Television Stations
Antennas Direct Inc.
Beijing BBEF Science & Technology Co. Ltd
Canadian Broadcast Corporation – CBC
CBS Broadcast Group
Cavell, Mertz & Associates Inc.
CleverLogic Co. Ltd.
Cobalt Digital Inc.
Comark Communications LLC
Communications Research Centre – CRC
Consumer Technology Association – CTA
Cox Media Group
DS Broadcast, Inc.
DTV Audio Group
DigiCAP Co. Ltd.
Digital Alert Systems Inc.
Dispatch Broadcast Group
Dolby Laboratories Inc.
Eiden Co. Ltd
Ericsson Television Limited
Eurofins Digital Product Testing
Free TV Australia
Graham Media Group
HEVC Advance LLC
Hearst Television Inc.
Hisilicon Technologies Co. Ltd
IEEE – Broadcast Technology Society
IEEE – Consumer Electronics Society
Intertrust Technologies Corporation
Ion Media Networks
KAI Media Co.
Korean Broadcasters Association
LG Electronics Inc.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MStar Semiconductor Inc.
Media Excel Inc.
NCTA – The Internet & Television Association
National Association of Broadcasters – NAB
News-Press & Gazette Company
Nexstar Media Group, Inc.
Novatek Microelectronics Corporation
ONE Media LLC
Pearl TV LLC
Philips Electronics North America Corp.
ProTelevision Technologies A/S
Psyx Research Inc.
Public Broadcasting Service – PBS
Public Media Co.
Quincy Broadcast Print Interactive – QNI
Rohde & Schwarz
Samsung Electronics Inc.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Sharp Electronics Corp.
Shenzhen National Engineering Lab of DTV
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Society of Broadcast Engineers – SBE
Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers – SMPTE
Strategy & Technology
Telecommunications Technology Association
The Nielsen Company
The Osborn Engineering Company
Tribune Broadcasting Company
University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
Waddell Broadcast Engineering Consulting
Zenith Electronics LLC
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