“The U.S. broadcast TV could generate as much as $15 billion a year by 2030 from the provision of datacasting services enabled by ATSC 3.0, according to a deck revealed to investors Wednesday by Nexstar Media.” Click here to continue reading via NextTV.com.
“New datacasting revenue from NextGen TV could account for 22% of total local broadcasting revenues by 2030 according to BIA Advisory Services During a recent webinar sharing ATSC 3.0 tests and insights from Korean and the U.S. experts, BIA Advisory Services presented new data estimating that datacasting revenue from NextGen broadcasts could bring in a […]
“ATSC 3.0 infrastructure will position TV stations to not just create their own OTT platforms, but also lease a portion of their spectrum for datacasting, location services and many other new revenue possibilities. Leading experts on monetizing NextGen TV offered their predictions and blueprints at a TVNewsCheck webinar last week sponsored by LTN Global. Above, […]
“The Fox Television Stations and Nexstar Media Group have announced that they’ve launched NextGen TV broadcasting on KTTV-TV (the Fox Television Stations-owned Fox 11 affiliate), KCOP-TV (the Fox Television Stations-owned My13), and KTLA-TV (Nexstar-owned KTLA 5) in Los Angeles, the second largest television market in the United States and the largest market to date to […]
“Nexstar Media Group’s KDVR (Fox) and KWGN (CW) in Denver (DMA 16) have begun broadcasting with NextGen TV. Denver is Nexstar’s 12th market to begin broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 this year, and the second top-20 market to do so.” Click here to continue reading on TVNewsCheck.
“Nexstar Media Group said that its stations in Denver, KDVR-TV and KWGN-TV, have begun broadcasting NextGen TV using the new ATSC 3.0 format.” Click here to continue reading on Broadcasting & Cable.
(Next TV) ATSC 3.0, the next-generation television standard, has planted its flag in Portland, as seven local TV stations have begun broadcasting NextGen TV. Click here to read more.