Posted on July 8, 2021 in ATSC News
Behind Atlanta, it’s the largest metropolitan area in the U.S. South.
And, its residents now have access to ATSC 3.0-powered next generation broadcast TV signals.
NEXTGEN TV is now available in Charlotte.
Those with select new TV models manufactured by LG Electronics, Samsung, and Sony are now able to tune to ATSC 3.0-powered signals for Cox Media Group’s unaffiliated WAXN-64 and ABC affiliate WSOC-9, Nexstar Media Group’s FOX affiliated WJZY-17, Gray Television’s CBS affiliated WBTV-3 and TEGNA-owned NBC affiliate WCNC-36.
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