Posted on December 16, 2022 in ATSC News
Pearl TV has provided an update on the progress of NextGen TV, aka ATSC 3.0, in 2022 that included news that NextGen TV broadcasts began on Dec. 15 in Dayton Ohio and that the NextGen TV broadcasts would be launched in Dec. of 2022 in New Orleans.
Pearl also reported that in January 2023 additional launches are planned in Boston and Miami, producing a 5% NextGen TV market penetration increase by the end of next month.
In addition, more than a dozen additional markets are in the planning stages to begin their transition to NextGen TV services later in 2023, boosting the reach of the new standard to 75% of the U.S. population in 2023, Pearl said.
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