You’re invited to learn more about ATSC 3.0 Next-Gen TV during a two-day summit in Columbus, OH.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association is partnering with broadcast associations from Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky and Wisconsin to host a two-day summit for Engineers and General Managers on the new broadcast standard.
Register here. Indiana stations can attend free of charge using the discount code: 2018IBA.
With ATSC 3.0 approved by the FCC and a handful of television stations now on-air with the new standard, station groups are planning for deployment of next-generation television.
Although many planning and purchasing decisions may be made at a corporate level, station general managers and engineering staff need to understand the opportunities available with this new technology that seamlessly combines over-the-air with over-the-top content sources.
The Summit will begin June 27th with an overview session of ATSC 3.0 followed by a reception at the Early TV Museum.
On June 28th, broadcasters have the opportunity to hear from those who are driving ATSC 3.0 forward and to learn more about what it means for your station and the future of the industry.
- Start at the Beginning with ATSC 3.0: An Overview of Television’s Next Big Leap – Rich Chernock, Triveni Digital (Past Chair, ATSC Technology Group 3)
- Building New Revenue with NextGen TV and SFN Deployment
- Monetizing ATSC 3.0 with Personalized Advertising and Viewership Data from Next-Gen TV
- Better Television: First Market Phoenix, Arizona
- Deployment Details: An ATSC 3.0 Plan for General Managers and Engineers
- Alert & Aware with AWARN Emergency Alerting – John Lawson, AWARN Alliance
- Consumer Purchase Trends for New Technology
- All Eyes on the Viewer & the Evolution of Television – Tim Hanlon, The Vertere Group