Posted on December 21, 2023 in ATSC News
I’ve been reflecting on the past 12 months and have come to the conclusion that 2023 was a very good year. Sure, there were bumps in the road, but we kept moving forward and making progress. I am so proud of our staff, board, and members whose commitment to making the best broadcast standard in the world is unwavering.
So that our staff may spend time with their loved ones, ATSC offices will be closed on Monday, December 25th and Monday, January 1st.
I want to wish each and every one of you a joyous holiday season. Whatever you and your loved ones celebrate, may it be filled with warmth, laughter, and happy memories. May you be able to step out of the “busyness” of our professions and life, and simply enjoy the time with family and friends.
Thank you for your loyalty and support; we do not take that for granted!
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