Cable Lays Out its Concerns Over ATSC 3.0
May 10, 2017
Among the comments filed at the FCC on its proposed transition to the ATSC 3.0 next-gen TV standard that raise concerns about broadcasters’ plans are those of the American Television Alliance and the American Cable Association. The main issue that both raise is that of the transition “being truly ‘voluntary’ for all parties and so long as it does not harm others.”
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