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Old 08-12-2019, 05:16 PM   #1  
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And now . . . the bad news . . .

Multicasting Special Report | Improved Encoders Equal More Diginets

Broadcasters are capitalizing on that simple equation as they try to squeeze every last advertising dollar out of their 6 MHz channels through multicasting. Hopped-up encoders and advanced video compression have also facilitated channel sharing in the wake of the incentive auction and will come in handy for stacking legacy ATSC 1.0 signals as broadcasters roll out ATSC 3.0.

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‘NEXTGEN TV’ Logo Will Differentiate New ATSC 3.0 TVs

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has unveiled the name and logo that will be used to differentiate next-generation TVs that support the fledgling ATSC 3.0 standard for over-the-air 4K broadcasting set to begin in 2020.
The industry has chosen “NEXTGEN TV” as the go-to-market name for TVs and other devices equipped to receive 4K broadcasts from a connected TV antenna.

In addition to 4K resolution, ATSC 3.0 broadcasts will support high dynamic range (HDR) video and immersive audio, including movie soundtracks encoded in Dolby Atmos or DTS:X. The broadcasts will also provide advanced emergency alerts and be “IP-enabled,” meaning interactive internet content can be seamlessly integrated with the primary broadcast content. Current ATSC broadcasts are limited to standard high-def resolution.

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