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. [...]
A recent PILOT blog post described the new Next Generation TV set models that were announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. In the case of LG and Sony, specific model numbers for [...]
The end of 2020 has come and gone. The pandemic slowed down many of our businesses and our strategic plans were revised multiple times over the course of the year. For Next Generation TV, though, [...]
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 [...]
For those immersed in new technology for broadcasting, ATSC 3.0 and Next Generation TV are nothing new, as we’ve been working with the associated technological standards, equipment development and policy issues for over a decade. [...]
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.
On Tuesday, March 31, the FCC held their usual Open Commission Meeting as they do every month, where policy actions are considered and voted by the Commissioners. This one was anything but usual, however. In [...]