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Phoenix gets hot for ATSC 3.0

Has it already begun? According to Cord Cutters News, Phoenix, Arizona will be the first city in the US to start pilot broadcasts using the ATSC 3.0 next-generation broadcast standard. Ten stations in that market will begin simulcasts using the…


FCC makes a move toward ATSC 3.0

Here come the commenters. In a decision released yesterday, the FCC decided to allow ATSC 3.0 broadcasts so long as the content is exactly the same as regular broadcast content. This is a move designed to…


Any news on over-the-air 4K TV?

Well here we are folks, it’s almost 2018 and for those people who got themselves worked up about 4K over-the-air TV, it’s been a hard six months. Despite a flurry of news hitting the internet in…





Who are the ATSC?

Every so often you hear about the ATSC. Most people have some idea that they’re the organization that created our HDTV standards. That’s true, and that’s why we call the tuners in our equipment “ATSC tuners.”…



ATSC 3.0 is coming and you should not care

Yes, I’m a little cynical. The Advanced Television Standards Committee, the people who designed the HDTV standards we use today, have gotten a lot closer to release version 3.0 of the ATSC standard. There are some…


Could broadcast TV offer on demand programming?

Let’s say it’s not impossible. When the US and other countries in North America wanted to change over to digital television in the 2000s, they turned to the non-profit Advanced Television Standards Committee to lay out the…