Consumers using antennas will need to rescan their TVs to access newly relocated stations.
For stations still transitioning as part of repack, minor modification applications can be filed for the first time in six years.
The stacked antenna arrays are bound for Dallas and Boston to support the repack.
The combination of traditional TV broadcasts and SVOD services is gaining in popularity.
At the 2018 NAB Show, Dielectric has chosen to spotlight its spectrum repack UHF/VHF compatible antennas engineered for the next-generation ATSC 3.0 broadcast standard.
Dielectric is packing up and shipping 29 of its UHD and VHF antennas to Raycom Media in Montgomery, Ala., as the TV station prepares for the spectrum repack.
This Friday, Aug. 19, Little Rock, Ark., will be the launching site for the “Broadcast TV Liberation Tour,” a five-state, five-city tour on how consumers can access local broadcast TV channels with an advanced digital antenna in HD for free.
Channel Master experience some Olympics glory of its own prior to the opening ceremony of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Nine Earth station antennas will be installed in the outlying islands and remote areas of Taiwan by the ASC Signal Division of Communications & Power Industries after the company announced it won the contract from Transcontinental Enterprises Company.
North American broadcasters are reviewing all their equipment and operations in preparation for the spectrum repack.