Our Monthly Newsletter
Step by step, Next Gen broadcast television – the suite of standards collectively known as ATSC 3.0 – is moving toward completion in the months ahead. Continuing our momentum from last year the ATSC kicked off 2017 with gusto, advancing more elements of the standard forward.Read More
In the Chat Room this month, THE STANDARD sat down with John Lawson, Executive Director of the AWARN Alliance, the group that’s developing the Advanced Warning and Response Network for implementation of the Advanced Emergency Alerting capabilities of ATSC 3.0.
The largest portion of the overall ATSC 3.0 system ever tested in a “Plugfest” was put through its paces in a week-long event in late January organized by the ATSC’s S32 Scheduler/STL /SFN Small Group and hosted by Sinclair Broadcast Group. The results were deemed a “significant success” by participants, observers and organizers alike.Read More
As the ATSC’s Vice President of Standards Development, Jerry Whitaker is playing an active role in the development of ATSC 3.0. An unsung hero in the ATSC world, Jerry touches every standard and works tirelessly to assure that the documentation and ballots are timely and accurate.Read More
February is chock full of ATSC activities. One highlight is the half-day workshop on ATSC 3.0 hosted by the Hollywood Professional Association, kicking off its annual HPA Tech Retreat on Presidents’ Day, Feb. 20 in Indian Wells, Calif. , a suburb of Palm Springs.Read More
The Consumer Technology Association™ (CTA) is one of the ATSC’s five founding organizations in 1983 (along with the NAB, NCTA, SMPTE and IEEE). ATSC 2017 sponsor CTA is the trade association that represents the $292 billion U.S. consumer technology industry. More than 2,200 companies – 80 percent are small businesses and startups; others are among […]Read More