Posted on June 23, 2022 in ATSC News
The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) today said it will hold its Jamaica Bootcamp and Seminar July 11-14 at the Ocean Coral Springs Resort and Conference Center in Trelawny, Jamaica.
ATSC, the Jamaica DSO Regulatory and Technical Committee, Broadcasting Commission of Jamaica (BCJ) and the Spectrum Management Authority (SMA) are working together to produce the event.
“ATSC is excited that Jamaica has selected ATSC 3.0 for its transition to a digital television transmission (DTT) system and joins the growing number of countries deploying ATSC 3.0 technologies across the globe,” said Madeleine Noland, ATSC president. “I am thrilled to be joining regulatory officials, broadcasters and our members in bringing this educational event to Jamaica.”
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