Five Louisville TV Stations Launch NextGen TV Broadcasts

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Five native stations within the Louisville space have launched NextGen TV (aka, ATSC 3.0) broadcasts, with a sixth anticipated to be on the air subsequent week. For the launch Block Communications’ CW affiliate WBKI is internet hosting NextGen TV broadcasts for 5 stations, which embrace Block’s Fox affiliate WDRB, WAVE (the Gray Television owned NAB affiliate), WHAS (Tegna owned ABC affiliate) and WBNA (a unbiased station owned by Word).Kentucky Educational Television’s WKMJ PBS affiliate will launch NextGen TV alerts on Sept. 19. Louisville viewers can discover 5 channels over-the-air on channel 16 with a NextGen TV set. KET’s WKMJ, (PBS) shall be obtainable on channel 34 when it launches. The launches imply that NextGen TV broadcasts at the moment are obtainable to greater than 660,000 viewers within the metro and outlying areas of Louisville. TV Tech has been following the launch of NextGen TV broadcasts across the nation. Our unique record of the place the broadcasts have been launched is on the market right here (opens in new tab).

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