Posted on February 21, 2024 in ATSC News
LAS VEGAS—In the run-up to the start of CES2024, the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) has announced that another prominent television manufacturer is joining the NextGen TV bandwagon, with TCL planning new TV models equipped with integrated NextGen TV capability.
The group also reported that more than 100 NextGen TV products will be available for U.S. consumers this year and highlighted growing sales of 3.0 capable gear.
The Consumer Technology Association announced industry results for 2023 sales and projections for the coming year, with the cumulative U.S. installed base of NextGen TV receivers topping 10.3 million and consumer sales of NextGen TV products expected to increase by 45% in 2024.
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