Monday at NAB Show, we start by hearing from NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt, and the Broadcast and Engineering and IT Conference continues. The day ends with the Futures Park Press Conference and Reception.
Figuring out how to create engaging content while managing an ever-expanding library of assets is a common challenge for media-centric companies. Broadcasters are now grappling with a dispersed workforce along with the exponential growth of media assets, all while navigating unstable economies, tricky political environments, and other challenges.
NAB recently updated its list of Transmitter ID (TxID) codes for television stations. NAB maintains a list of assigned TxID codes for all television stations at TxID.nabpilot.org. For a memory jog on what a TxID [...]
A previous blog in this series noted that ATSC was engaged in the process of adapting the ATSC-1 DTV standard documentation so that it was compliant with MPEG-4 (also known as AVC) implementations that are known to work in the marketplace with legacy receivers. That work was completed with the approval of A/53 Part3: 2013 Amendment No. 1 “AVC Signal Transport” on February 15, 2023.
Part 1 and Part 2 of this three-part series showed how channel sharing can be used to make RF channels available for ATSC 3.0 services and how MPEG-4 compression can assist in that goal. [...]
In Part 1 of this series, the spectrum efficiency and advantages of using MPEG-4 compression for DTV transmission were explored in the context of the transition to ATSC 3.0 broadcasting. Using the guidelines from [...]