Killeen, TX – As of January 9, 2018, the CES of Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) toasted to the achievement of a major milestone for the OTA 3.0 TV, a new change in TV history. To further celebrate the milestone, Consumer Technology Association President and CEO, Gary Shapiro, accompanied the president of the committee, Mark Richer, on stage.
The introduction of OTA 3.0 TV will add a stepping stone for a new type of television service for our viewing pleasure. The ATSC 3.0 will be more flexible and exceed the standards provided in televisions. Aside from that, it brings a new air to previous innovations of broadcasters and to us, as viewers.
ATSC 3.0 will include 20 standards that will give broadcasters the opportunity to use new transmissions and finally combine the innovations of both on-the-air and broadcast services. Finally seeing it’s release, we cannot wait to see how this changes our viewing experiences. As they release the ATSC 3.0 line, we must anticipate what future developments will bring to our television services, as well as broadcasts.
Apart from their release, the committee has their goal to educate stakeholders on how technology functions offering assistance in the implementation planning in the United States and other parts of the world.
As we go on to the future, the committee gives insight as a carrier for broadcasters. The developments of this network will allow for members of the company to field-test and broadcast trials this year.
The ongoing release of the OTA 3.0 TV will give viewers a wider spectrum of broadcasts and radio transmissions, as well as more control on the devices. This also means reduced costs on what we spend on multiple devices. As ATSC advances into the future, we cannot wait to see what else is in store for our future television experience.