About Lynn Claudy

Lynn Claudy is Senior Vice President of Technology for the National Association of Broadcasters in Washington DC.

NABA Issues Recommendation on High Dynamic Range Broadcasts

By |September 30, 2021|Blog|

The North American Broadcasters Association (NABA), a trade association dealing with technical, operational and regulatory issues affecting North American broadcasters, recently announced a Recommendation for broadcasters on the use of High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology. [...]

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A Touching Aspect of ATSC 3.0

By |February 17, 2021|Blog|

ATSC 3.0, or Next Generation TV, is often described as capable of providing a more immersive media experience. However, with improved video and audio capability, it still generally only addresses two of the five human [...]

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NEXTGEN TV at CES 2021: Present and Accounted For

By |January 26, 2021|Blog|

CES was a well-run virtual event that brought together a global audience to discuss, share, and explore new and emerging technologies, including Next Gen TV. On the programming side, "Next Generation Television in Focus," took [...]

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Broadcast TV (the Platform) and “A Christmas Carol”

By |December 17, 2020|Blog|

Consultant Shelly Palmer’s recent piece, "TV: The Platform vs. The Artform," is a cautionary tale. Making the case that the TV "platform," meaning traditional broadcast television stations and networks (along with cable networks), "has damaged [...]

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Lessons for Broadcasters from 6G

By |July 29, 2020|Blog|

No, that’s not a typo—6G, the future but inevitable step beyond 5G wireless, is a lively topic of research in the technical side of the mobile broadband world. Below are some examples of initial thoughts [...]

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Channel Re-Scanning: The Next Generation (TV, that is)

By |June 4, 2020|Blog|

At least one aspect of the introduction of ATSC 3.0 requires consumers to constantly take notice of the technology, just to be able to continue watching over-the-air TV. “Where did my TV channels go?” is a question that consumers should not have to ask in the days of the latest smart TVs.

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