Posted on December 17, 2021 in ATSC News
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—The Fox Television Stations and Nexstar Media Group have announced that they’ve launched NextGen TV broadcasting on KTTV-TV (the Fox Television Stations-owned Fox 11 affiliate), KCOP-TV (the Fox Television Stations-owned My13), and KTLA-TV (Nexstar-owned KTLA 5) in Los Angeles, the second largest television market in the United States and the largest market to date to offer ATSC 3.0 signals.
Fox 11, My13 and KTLA 5 are the first television stations in Los Angeles to begin broadcasting using the new technology that is now available in all or parts of 36 markets and is expected to be available in 45% of U.S. television households by the end of the year.
Read the full story at TV Tech here.
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