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.
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.
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.
GatesAir, along with Nigerian channel partner Pinnacle Communications Ltd., announced the buildout and launch of a turnkey DVB-T2 transmission system serving the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city
Branded as Maxiva UAXTE, the new range of air-cooled UHF transmitters uses the flexibility of IP networking and connectivity to allow broadcasters to instantly adapt to the broadcast industry’s latest over-the-air DTV standards (ATSC, DVB-T/T2, ISDB-Tb).
Phase two of a three-part national plan to rollout the DVB-T2 digital TV network across Kuwait has been completed, according to GatesAir.
As ATSC 3.0 approaches maturity, broadcasters need to begin market trials and field tests to ensure they can meet the demands of this future broadcast standard.
Tanana Valley Television and Radio has experienced significant growth over the past several years, after its beginnings as a small local broadcaster.
One of biggest complaints with sound recording is dealing with the cables.
The NBC affiliate station in Paducah, Ky. recently added VidOvation’s AVIWEST DMNG Pro 180 3G/4G bonded cellular video transmission system.
Harpswell Community TV is replacing its analog transmitter system with a new LPTV system from Hitachi Kokusai Electric Comark.
After an agreement with a cellular company to clear spectrum for mobile services, KOHD-TV in Bend, Ore., needed to relocate to a UHF channel.
Cobham hardware is an integral part of on-board technology for the Volvo Ocean Race, the most extreme offshore race on the planet.