Posted on February 1, 2023 in ATSC News
BOSTON—In another example of how NextGen TV broadcasts are expanding into major markets in the U.S., six broadcast stations have launched NextGen TV/ATSC 3.0 signals in Boston, the 10th-largest television market in the United States serving more than 2.5 million households.
Viewers in the Boston metro area and surrounding areas who have NextGen TV capable TVs or equipment can now watch six channels over-the-air (OTA) providing NextGen TV signals on: TelevisaUnivision’s WUNI (Univision; channel 27); Hearst Television’s WCVB (ABC; channel 5); Cox Media Group’s WFXT (Fox; channel 25); GBH (PBS; channel 2); CBS’ WBZ (CBS; channel 4) and NBCUniversal’s WBTS (NBC; channel 10).
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