Posted on July 14, 2023 in ATSC News
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Another high-volume electronics manufacturer has been certified to produce NextGen TV upgrade accessory receivers, with the Pearl TV announcement that Zinwell has completed the industry’s self-certification test suite and will soon enter the U.S. market with affordable set-top products.
The launch of the new products help more viewers transition to NextGen TV service.
>>>Read the full story on TV Tech here.
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