Turns out we’re not done with broadcast television, not by a long shot
The so-called “NextGen” broadcast technology standard, widely known is ATSC 3.0, is here. Capable of 4K and HDR picture resolutions, as well as advanced Dolby audio wherewithal, among other features, ATSC 3.0 is the first major overhaul to the Advanced Television Systems Committee’s standard for sending and receiving over-the-air (OTA) signals since the group first introduced ATSC 1.0 back in 1996.
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