NextGen TV Technology Merges News, Alerting

NextGen TV Technology Merges News, Alerting

By: Cora Leighter Local TV news will become a real-time emergency information portal with the new broadcast technology being deployed in cities across the nation. ATSC 3.0—also referred to as “NextGen”—can automatically target the impact zone of an incident with...
WJLA, WTTG to Trial 3.0 Advanced Emergency Alerting in D.C.

WJLA, WTTG to Trial 3.0 Advanced Emergency Alerting in D.C.

Reprinted from TVTechnology.com Phil Kurz Trial will be organized in four two-week blocks to test various aspects of the technology WASHINGTON—Two local television stations in the nation’s capital will conduct an eight week trial of ATSC 3.0’s advanced emergency...
Remote Learning, NextGen TV, and CARES Act Funding

Remote Learning, NextGen TV, and CARES Act Funding

Current and Future Strategies for Sustaining Public Media Education Services Tuesday, May 12 | 3-4:30pm ET The COVID-19 Pandemic creates the need – and opportunity – for public media to play a role in education like never before. This webinar will focus on strategies...
ATSC 3.0 Spring Progress Report

ATSC 3.0 Spring Progress Report

Check out our AWARN™ Alliance listing in the ATSC 3.0 Spring Progress Report for NAB Show Express. We are honored to be included in both the Outreach and Public/Community Service sections, and thank John Taylor of LG Electronics for continuing support.
CE Daily: South Korea ATSC 3.0 EAS Similar to AWARN Plans

CE Daily: South Korea ATSC 3.0 EAS Similar to AWARN Plans

Reprinted with permission from Consumer Electronics Daily South Korea launched an emergency alert system using ATSC 3.0, similar to enhanced alerts ad­vocated by the Advanced Warning and Response Network Alliance, said executives from South Korean firm DigiCap and...