Posted on August 9, 2021 in ATSC News
SYRACUSE, N.Y.—The OConsortium, a group of broadcasters and tech vendors collaborating on technology development and advancing broadcast education, is launching the first leg of a nationwide technology tour Aug. 16 at WSTM, the Sinclair Broadcast Group station in Syracuse, N.Y.
The group will visit more than 20 destinations from New York to Florida with a specially designed van showing off cutting-edge IP and broadcast technologies on the initial leg of the tour, said Lenore Albert, OConsortium project manager, during the group’s weekly Zoom meeting July 27.
WSTM is among the nation’s first group of stations deploying ATSC 3.0 to bring NextGen TV to viewers. Sinclair is one of several tour sponsors.
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