Bill Hayes is the director of engineering for Iowa Public Television
A colleague of mine recently passed along a Reader’s Digest article titled “What are we going to do with TV?” from November 1950.
I expect most people have a general understanding of the law of diminishing returns.
Well, in what I can only say is stunning, the second stage of the spectrum auction concluded immediately following the end of the first round of bidding in the forward auction portion.
One of the questions that has been on my mind and the minds of many of my colleagues around the country is, how does ATSC 3.0 become a viable broadcast standard?
Recently I have been doing some research on unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) both for the Iowa Public Television production department and for use in engineering to do tower inspections.
Panel of industry leaders discuss the next stages of development for ATSC 3.0.
In my opinion, the time for low-band VHF technology for television broadcast has passed and if the decision were to be based on technical criteria only, it is an easy decision to make.
Long before IPTV began broadcasting in high definition, we were actively involved in the acquisition of high-definition content.
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