On May 12, 2020, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a report on the 2019 Emergency Alert System (EAS) nationwide test. On August 7, 2019, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the FCC, conducted a [...]
“Innovation” is a simple word with quite a few definitions. Merriam-Webster defines innovation as “a new idea, method or device.” That definition, while simple and accurate, doesn’t seem to capture the implications behind the word. Saying “innovation” in just about any conversation focuses thoughts on new technology and creative thinking.
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.
Using the experience of and the best practices developed during the last two years in Phoenix, Pearl TV and the Phoenix Model Market partnership invite broadcasters to join their upcoming educational webinar series on the details for launching a NEXTGEN TV Station.
The current COVID-19 pandemic starkly illuminates the interconnectedness of all nations regarding the health and safety of their citizens and visitors. Even before the virus began dominating the news and rearranging the way we live, the increases in frequency and severity of natural disasters driven by global warming have impacted hundreds of millions of people, often across national borders. Innovation for Advanced Emergency Alerting (AEA) is needed now more than ever.
While we were not able to gather in Las Vegas for NAB Show this year, we remain committed to providing the resources, education and discussions that keep us connected. Now all NAB Show Express is available on demand. We invite you explore and watch the sessions curated by the NAB Technology staff for NAB Show Express, which are be available on-demand. Registration is free for these sessions.