01.07.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
ATSC to hold one-day PSIP seminar

The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) will present a one-day seminar on the PSIP, the Program and System Information Protocol, Jan. 25 during the 10th Annual Hollywood Post Alliance Technology Retreat in Palm Springs, CA. The FCC established Feb. 1 as the deadline for implementation of PSIP during its Second DTV Periodic Review Report and Order. The mandate requires broadcasters to implement the standard to the extent that ATSC A/65B requires. The one-day seminar will cover several PSIP-related topics including:

  • PSIP fundamentals – What it is and how it works; Mark Eyer, Sony
  • Making sense out of the PSIP tables; Rich Chernock, Triveni Digital
  • The FCC rules – What’s required and when; Art Allison, NAB
  • Now that I have to do PSIP, what do I do? Chris Lennon, Harris
  • The PMCP standard - Help is on the way; Art Allison, NAB
  • Automating PSIP - A case history; Jean Macher, Thales
  • End-to-end management of PSIP; Nandhu Nandhakumar, Triveni Digital
The seminar costs $195.

For more information, visit www.atsc.org.

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