Not that long ago, getting usable video with a high-quality sound track from a field unit, and getting it quickly, would have been deemed an accomplishment.
We recently did a “25 More Things to Know About ATSC 3.0” webinar that I’m reproducing here in rap lyrics.
ATSC 3.0 is still making its way past the regulator, the FCC, but it is already too little, too siloed and too late to make a significant impact.
One in a series of stories about public comments filed with the FCC about whether U.S. broadcasters should still be required to maintain a local main studio.
The Advanced Television Systems Committee has developed standard A/331, called Advanced Emergency Alerting.
For more than 50 years, the Federal Communications Commission has required radio and television stations to maintain a “main studio” within or near their communities of license.
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