Recent Posts tagged with ATSC 3.0

Sencore Unveils New ATSC 3.0 Transcoder

Sencore continues to expand its portfolio of ATSC 3.0 broadcast solutions with the new Sencore TXS 3800 – a transcoder appliance that converts multiple ATSC 3.0 services into ATSC 1.0-like formats for reuse and retransmission in existing cable, translator, and MVPD systems.  More

HPA Tech Retreat: Can Next Gen TV Make Broadcasters vs. OTT a Fair Fight?

The rise of ATSC 3.0, or Next Gen TV, took center stage on the annual Broadcasters Panel at the HPA Tech Retreat last week. With the promise to enable interactive features, higher-quality picture, better sound, and lower latency, the Next Gen TV standard promises to give over-the-air broadcasters a level playing field with the ever-growing […]  More

SVG On Demand: How ATSC 3.0 Could Revolutionize the Live-TV Industry

At SVG’s annual TranSPORT event at the Microsoft Technology Center in New York City on Oct. 16, Madeleine Noland – the Chair of ATSC Technology Group 3 and LG Electronics’ Senior Advisor on Technology and Standards – presented a whirlwind tour of the latest advancements in ATSC 3.0.  More

CES 2018 Takeaways: Voice Control, Intel, ATSC 3.0, 4K HDR Dominate Sports-Centric Storylines

With CES 2018 firmly in the rearview mirror, it’s time to take a look at how the caravan of high-tech new toys unveiled in Las Vegas may affect sports production. Here’s a look at the biggest sports-centric storylines: voice control and artificial intelligence, Intel’s big bet on sports, ATSC 3.0, Fox Sports and Hisense’s World […]  More

Fraunhofer Completes MPEG-H Training in Korea as Part of ATSC 3.0 Launch

Fraunhofer IIS, developer of the MPEG-H immersive-audio codec, recently concluded training of South Korean broadcasters ahead of the format’s deployment there as part of the country’s launch of ATSC 3.0 as its television broadcast standard this year. The MPEG-H audio codec was included as part of the Korean standard for terrestrial Ultra High Definition Television […]  More

SVG TranSPORT: Record Crowd Gets Inside Look at NBC Olympics’ Rio Efforts, ATSC 3.0 World Series Broadcasts

SVG’s annual TranSPORT conference drew a record 200+ sports-production pros to the Microsoft Technology Center in New York City on Tuesday for a full afternoon of sessions addressing the current state and future of transmission, contribution, and distribution of live sports content. Headlined by a pair of keynotes examining NBC Olympics’ efforts for Rio 2016 […]  More

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