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Radio ITVT: ATSC 3.0 Super-Session at TVOT NYC 2017

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ITVT is pleased to present an audio recording of the TVOT NYC 2017 "ATSC 3.0 Super-Session." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:

"ATSC 3.0 looms large in the future of television, with the capability of delivering multichannel broadcast pay-TV and other services to virtually every home-based and mobile device without cables, satellites or wires of any kind. It's a massive undertaking that many of us are struggling to pin down. TVOT NYC 2017 will endeavor to further your understanding with this two-part Super-Session: Part 1 will focus on the consumer products and content that ATSC 3.0 will deliver; Part 2 will focus on how the ATSC 3.0 platforms and partnerships will be configured to make it all work." Panelists included:

  • Eric Anderson, SVP/Chief Partnership Officer, Verance
  • Guillaume Bonnard, VP of Global Sales and Services, Thomson Broadcast
  • Scott L. Brown, SVP of Engineering and Strategic Relations, Nielsen
  • Rich Chernock, Chair, ATSC Technical Group/Chief Science Officer, Triveni Digital
  • Chet Dagit, CEO, Lokita Solutions
  • Mary Ann Halford, Senior Advisor, Pearl TV
  • Rick Howe, The iTV Doctor (Moderator)
  • John Lawson, Executive Director, AWARN Alliance
  • Louis Libin, Senior Director of New Technology, Sinclair Broadcast Group
  • Madeleine Noland, Consultant, Standard Technology & Development Team, Convergence R&D Lab, LG
  • So Vang, VP of Advanced Technology, National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)


(Note: the next TV of Tomorrow Event, TVOT SF 2018, will take place June 13th-14th in San Francisco. Tickets are currently available at the Early-Bird rate of $875. Purchase your tickets here: