Deborah is the Executive Editor of TV Technology.
The FCC threw thousands of low-power TV and translator licensees a bone today by giving them full access to the channel-sharing rodeo.
TV Technology has evolved a lot in 34 years, but one thing that remains constant is that the franchise is a discussion platform for its constituency, which now faces a multilevel optimization problem inside of a cipher on a deadline.
The broadcast team wants a do-over of the TV channel repack plan created by the Federal Communications Commission for the post-TV spectrum incentive auction signal shuffle.
Belden’s Steve Lampen said told HPA Tech Retreat program organizer Mark Schubin he could talk about 4K over coax cable, and hat Schubin said, “we’re tired of 4K. Talk about something besides 4K.”
The FCC today voted unanimously to allow broadcasters to voluntarily deploy the emerging “next-generation” television transmission standard known as ATSC 3.0.
Verizon this week announced that it intended to launch 5G pilot programs in 11 U.S. markets by mid-2017.
Shortly after the FCC approved the first use of unlicensed LTE in the 5 GHz band, T-Mobile announced it would launch LTE-U over its network by this spring.
The FCC this morning announced that it had “just authorized the first LTE-U—LTE for unlicensed—devices in the 5 GHz band.”
FCC will host a post-auction procedures workshop Monday, March 13.
People are watching YouTube videos on TV, the Super Bowl online, and movies where you’d never guess—in theaters.
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AirTV Firmware Update Stitches Over-The-Air Channels to Guide
BBC expands BBC Player into Malaysia
Global Radio to launch Heart 80s
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