Posted on March 6, 2017 in ATSC News
The IEEE Broadcast Technology Society is one of the five founding members of the ATSC (The Advanced Television Systems Committee). A proud 2017 ATSC Sponsor, the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society (BTS) is considered the leading professional resource for broadcast engineers around the world. The BTS mission is to serve the needs of the Society’s members to enhance their professional knowledge and vitality by keeping them informed of the latest research results and their practical applications. BTS has more than 2,000 members and chapters worldwide and is committed to advancing broadcast engineering. We offer a variety of member educational opportunities, including technical presentations, events, conferences, publications and training programs. One of the most important events is the upcoming 2017 IEEE Broadcast Symposium (Oct. 10-12 in Arlington, VA) offers technical sessions and tutorials on current industry topics.
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