Our Monthly Newsletter
The ATSC raises the curtain on 2016 with a sense of great anticipation and excitement. With core Candidate Standards now in place and others in the wings, ATSC 3.0 next-generation television broadcasting is moving to a new phase this year – from concepts and ideas to real standards, products and services.Read More
ATSC members elected five industry executives to serve on the ATSC Board of Directors for three-year terms beginning this month. New to the board are Christopher Homer of PBS and Anne Schelle of Pearl TV.Read More
THE STANDARD asked Board members for their ATSC New Year’s resolutions and wishes. Not surprisingly, they’re singing off the same song sheet – looking ahead with great anticipation to what promises to be pivotal year for the next-gen television broadcast standard.Read More
CES, which is expected to attract nearly 180,000 attendees during its Jan. 6 to 9 run at the Las Vegas Convention Center and surrounding environs, will be a conundrum filled with contradictions. This is the first major event since the sponsoring organization swapped “technology” for “electronics” as its middle name (now the Consumer Technology Association or CTA) in November and opted to label this event “CES” rather than the “International Consumer Electronics Show” of yore.Read More
Promote your organization to key stakeholders and support ATSC’S vital mission of defining the future of television by signing on as a 2016 sponsor. Five packages are available: Platinum – $10,000; Gold – $7,500; Silver – $5,000; Bronze – $1,000; and Meetings – $500 per event.Read More
The ATSC is now gathering participants interested in demonstrating or sponsoring an ATSC 3.0 Consumer Showcase, highlighting specific over-the-air improvements that viewers will soon enjoy. In addition, the NAB Futures Park has dedicated a portion of its space on the exhibit floor to ATSC 3.0 Workflow Demonstrations.