NAB Show: GatesAir to Demo TV Transmission Control, Monitoring and Security Solutions
Intraplex IPConnect to debut
Intraplex IPConnect to debut
Dielectric, Enensys, GatesAir, Harmonic and Triveni Digital are providing technology for the launch
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Hearst Television has signed a deal with GatesAir to provide transmitters and installation services on an exclusive basis for its 13 stations affected by the FCC’s repack of television spectrum, GatesAir announced today.
GatesAir has announced the addition of Alberto J. Salazar as its new director of sales for the Central and Latin America region.
GatesAir has announced a new addition to its North America sales team, bringing on Avery Schultz as the new regional sales manager for New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
Chilean broadcasters are preparing for the national digital TV transition and rollout, including Mega, which has recently announced it is going with GatesAir to support its efforts.
Raycom Media is preparing for the TV spectrum repack by signing an agreement with GatesAir to provide Maxiva transmitters and installation services to the broadcaster’s 65 TV stations across 44 markets that is affected by the repack.
IBC 2017 will serve as the international debut for GatesAir’s Maxiva ULXTE transmitters, according to the company’s official preview.
While channel relocation is the primary reason behind purchasing a new transmission system for the spectrum repack, most broadcasters are also evaluating other aspects of their transmission operations.
The Atlanta-based Heartland Media will have a number of stations affected by the FCC TV spectrum repack and will rely on GatesAir to provide assistance for the transition.
As Qunicy Media prepares for the spectrum repack, the company has announced a deal with GatesAir that will have the company provide transmitters, installation and commissioning services across Quincy’s TV station group.
Chicago’s WTTW-TV, its primary PBS member station, will be on the move to a new channel as part of the FCC’s spectrum repack and the station has decided to go with GatesAir to help with the transition.
Ernesto Fajardo has been appointed as the new sales director for the Caribbean and Latin America region (CALA) for GatesAir.
As Russia begins the process of rolling out digital TV, GatesAir has announced that it has won a contract with Trade House Svyaz Engineering for the delivery of 1076 Maxiva ULXTE liquid-cooled and UAXTE air-cooled transmitters.
In an effort to boost reception of its over-the-air TV signal, Maine Public Broadcasting says it has integrated GatesAir Maxiva M2X exciters into all five of its transmitters.
GatesAir has created a new organizational structure for its Intraplex business and has officially announced that is has selected Dave Agnew to help lead it as the Intraplex channel manager.
It was 95 years ago that Henry C. Gates founded Gates Radio and Supply Company in 1922, and now GatesAir is planning on celebrating its founding father and its various accomplishments through the years throughout 2017.