Posted on April 3, 2017 in ATSC News
The Advanced Television Systems Committee cordially invites members, broadcasting executives, TV station engineers, government officials and other interested stakeholders to the ATSC’s 2017 “Next Gen TV Conference,” May 16-17 in Washington, D.C.
Mark your calendar: The conference kicks off Tuesday morning with an ATSC 3.0 technical workshop, followed by our annual VIP reception that evening. The Wednesday full-day conference will focus primarily on business and policy issues driving the transition to Next Gen TV.
The Next Gen TV Conference – Powered by ATSC 3.0 is particularly timely this year with the lion’s share of the new standard expected to be done by then. It comes on the heels of ATSC 3.0’s major presence 2017 NAB Show and coincides with the FCC’s consideration of rules for voluntary implementation of Next Gen broadcasting using ATSC 3.0.
Stay tuned for agenda details, including C-Suite-level panelists, special guest speakers, awards presentations and a few surprises – all happening next month at the Ronald Reagan Building in the Nation’s Capital. Click here to pre-register.
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