About So Vang

So Vang is the Vice President of Advanced Technology at the National Association of Broadcasters.

A First Look at Next Gen TV Testing

By |October 22, 2020|Blog|

Given that the Next Gen TV platform provides broadcasters with so many new capabilities, we can anticipate that some of the more advanced broadcast services will be more complex than what is being deployed during [...]

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Datacasting for Remote Learning

By |September 15, 2020|Blog|

Given that over-the-air broadcasting continues to be the most efficient way for delivering a piece of content to many receivers (Figure 1), a potential “killer app” for broadcasters is datacasting. There are many types of [...]

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Addressing Latency with Next Gen TV

By |March 24, 2020|Blog|

We are in a world where people want their content anytime, anywhere, and on any device. Implementing such a strategy requires that we address the latency issue that plagues over the top (OTT) streaming services [...]

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The Promise of Voice-Assisted TV

By |February 19, 2020|Blog|

At CES 2020, voice-assistant technology continued to proliferate, fueled significantly by the growth of the internet of things (IoT), but with television also being an important part of this expansion. Among the major players, voice [...]

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NPG Celebrates Its First Foray into Next Gen TV

By |November 29, 2018|Blog, Television|

News-Press & Gazette (NPG), a privately held media company that owns or operates sixty-four broadcast services and seven newspapers across the Midwest and western U.S., has jumped on the ATSC 3.0 bandwagon by launching a [...]

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TV’s Killer App

By |May 19, 2016|Blog|

On June 1, at 3 p.m. E.D.T, NAB will host a webcast designed to demonstrate the kinds of services and applications that broadcasters can develop using the new ATSC 3.0 standard. In this blog post, [...]

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