Posted on June 1, 2016 in ATSC News
A record crowd attended the annual broadcast TV conference hosted by ATSC in Washington D.C., May 10-11. A variety of panelists and speakers addressed the changes in broadcast and next generation of broadcast television. Here are some highlights:
Bonnie Beeman of Air Wavz TV unveiled a new mobile phone accessory that will make it easier to view digital television on-the-go:
Kevin Gage of OneMedia believes that innovation will spur new services and products for broadcasters:
Richard Lewis of LG Electronics USA said that manufacturers will respond quickly to demand for new products:
FCC Commission Michael O’Rielly expressed interest in the capabilities of ATSC 3.0:
A picture is worth a thousand words… Click here for a slide show of conference highlights:
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