Posted on January 9, 2018 in ATSC News
ATSC 2018 sponsor ONE Media 3.0 is taking the next steps to fully deploy the ATSC 3.0 Next Gen TV standard, ATSC 3.0. Wholly-owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, ONE Media 3.0 moves beyond technical standards development as an innovation catalyst for over-the-air broadcasters. Through an innovative consortium of major U.S. broadcasters, the company is implementing ambitious plans to deploy Next Gen TV capabilities throughout the nation in concert with the FCC’s broadcast channel repack. It is also facilitating the development of receiver technology to power devices capable of exploiting the new standard’s impressively robust features. Deployment will involve significant enhancements to traditional television including mobile reception, customized “zoned” programming and targeted advertising through use of single frequency networks, integration with the Internet, and non-television data distribution designed to be compatible with 5G. www.onemediallc.com
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