ALEXANDRIA, VA.—If all goes as planned over the next few years, Americans will be able to receive video emergency messages anytime, anywhere—even when the cellular network becomes congested or the electric grid goes down. The Advanced Warning and Response Network, a new service expected to be a key element of next-generation television broadcasting, will tackle emergency alerts in an entirely new way to accommodate our growing use of mobile and “smart” technology.
- FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn discusses the latest M-EAS applications with Steve Heinz at NAB 2014 as John Lawson looks on.
- Mobile EAS development team at NAB 2014.
- Univision Chairman Haim Saban discusses M-EAS station equipment with John Lawson at NAB 2014.
- FCC’s Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Chief, Rear Adm. David Simpson, USN (ret.), discusses M-EAS with John Lawson (right) at NAB 2014.