Posted on October 11, 2022 in ATSC News
“ATSC has grown its membership by 3 new organizations over the last quarter, bringing our total membership to 177. It is thrilling to watch our ATSC community expand as the industry itself finds new adopters and use cases for 3.0, ” said Amy Lodes, Director of Communications.
ATSC would like to welcome the following new members :
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