Sinclair Broadcast Group
A Sinclair Broadcast Group subsidiary declared Tuesday that it’s using the newest NextGen TV standard to provide radio and television programming to audiences capable of getting the broadcasts.
ONE Media 3.0 will provide radio and television programming from the new format by utilizing radio content out of its over-the-top online service called STIRR. Sinclair Broadcast Group owns KOMO-TV, KOMO Radio along with a lot of other electronic and broadcasting properties across the nation.
The sound channels will be accessible for free to anybody using a NextGen television series that’s linked to the internet. NextGen TV, also called ATSC 3.0, provides 4K ultra high definition video quality, theatre-like audio and cellular reception to apparatus equipped to get the new benchmark.
Included one of the radio station offerings will likely be Stingray Hits List, Stingray Hot Country, Stingray Latin Hits along with a dozen other people.
The broadcast program
The broadcast program created by ONE Media 3.0 is the centerpiece for delivering the new solutions, the business said.
“This breakthrough technology lays the groundwork for our future strategies of improving the reception of terrestrial over-the-air radio services around the nation, as NEXTGEN TV is set up by broadcasters everywhere,” Michael Bouchard, ONE Media’s vice president of Technology Strategy, stated in a written announcement. “Using the entire potential of NEXTGEN TV to expand the advantage of those services for our viewers is the natural development for fully using our new capacities.”
ATSC 3.0 radio broadcasts
The business expects that the ATSC 3.0 radio broadcasts will lure automakers to add 3.0 recipients in future versions. “We believe there’s a compelling reason to take into account the addition of ATSC 3 recipients in automobiles,” Aitken says. “Once you have done that, all the additional opportunities for what could be done in that electronic spectrum open up.”
The 3.0 radio simulcast that can be slotted to start in mid-February will only be accessible via NextGen TV sets. But, Sinclair is now developing its Mark One Smartphone built-in 3.0 receiver, TV Tech accounts. The telephones combine other 3.0 consumer devices in evolution, which will extend the reception of OTA 3.0 digital sound to mobile devices.