Posted on November 9, 2022 in ATSC News
Hawaii is expected to launch 3.0 signals next week and some top 10 markets will launch in the next quarter, according to BitPath CEO John Hane
A new webinar series covering the opportunities for NextGen TV broadcasters in the auto market, launched on October 27 with panelists of the first session offering some breaking news on the rollout of NextGen TV/ATSC 3.0 broadcasts as well as updates on major developments in standards for 5G/ATSC 3.0 interoperability and highlights of recent tests using ATSC to deliver content and data to automobiles and the consumer market
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