AWARN Alliance Membership Kit 2017
Complementing the advocacy work of the AWARN Alliance and the technical work of the ATSC Advanced Emergency Alerting Implementation Team, the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) established a new advisory group on the Emergency Alert System (EAS).
Advanced Emergency Alerting Highlighted in First Demonstrations of Automotive Applications of Next-Gen Broadcasting The first public demonstration of important new business-to-business applications of ATSC 3.0 exemplifies how the Internet Protocol (IP) based broadcast standard will enable data services – especially delivery…
The Advanced Warning and Response Network (AWARN) based on ATSC 3.0 will save lives and renew broadcasters’ role as “first informers.” It turns out that the first AWARN alert prototypes are also pioneering some of the core business enhancements and new services that promise major financial upsides for the television broadcasting industry.
Addressing the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Convention on Oct. 10, FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai highlighted the importance of Advanced Emergency Alerting services and ATSC 3.0 Next Gen TV.
AWARN will not only save lives, but also cement their central role in public safety for new generations of Americans.
John Lawson, the executive director of AWARN, discusses what emergency alerting will look like when the next generation television system, ASTC 3.0, arrives.
The upcoming transition to a new digital television standard will require a cultural shift within public television, station executives heard during a meeting examining opportunities and challenges of the new technology.
Broadcasters got a taste of what to expect with mobile alerts with ATSC 3.0 when the New York and New Jersey bombing suspect was apprehended, thanks in part to 90-character Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA).
TVTechnology asked folks to answer 10 questions about “Next-gen TV,” the consumer appellation for the TV content distributed over new technology from the Advanced Television Systems Committee.