As CES kicks off, we put together this list of sessions, events and links that broadcasters may find of particular interest when attending the virtual gathering.
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, [...]
After the challenges of 2020, we're finding excitement as we turn toward the beginning of a new year that offers the chance to look back but, more importantly, look forward to new opportunities. We wanted [...]
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. [...]
Traditionally, broadcasting has centered around the idea of a single transmitter serving a wide coverage area. In the 100 years since the first commercial radio broadcast, this system has worked exceedingly well to provide news, [...]
The evolution of radio receivers in cars over the last 25 years has been quite remarkable and beneficial for broadcasters, listeners and automakers. With the advent of hybrid (over-the-air plus internet) radio, it’s more important [...]
Recently, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) cited a station for broadcasting a skit that contained the Emergency Alert System (EAS) codes (the data burst sometime referred to as the “duck squawk”) and the two-tone attention [...]