RENO, Nev.—Five tv stations, together with the ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and MyNet associates, have commenced NextGen TV over-the-air providers in Reno, Nevada.The stations embrace the Gray Television-owned KOLO-TV (ABC), Sarkes Tarzian-owned KTVN (CBS), Sinclair Broadcast Group-owned KRXI-TV (Fox), Cunningham Broadcasting-owned KRNV-DT (NBC) and Deerfield Media-owned KNSN-TV (MyNet).KNSN-TV is serving because the ATSC 3.0 host for all 5 collaborating stations available in the market. As required underneath FCC guidelines, all stations will proceed to supply Reno viewers OTA entry to ATSC 1.0 service. Antenna viewers of legacy digital tv might want to rescan their units to make sure uninterrupted service.BitPath led the planning for the deployment and coordinated the efforts of the 5 broadcasters. It is also making its NavPath and BitPoint exact navigation and positioning service out there at no cost to the primary responders in Reno.With the Reno deployment, ATSC 3.0 has now been deployed in additional than 70 U.S. cities. TV Tech’s full listing of the markets the place NextGen TV has been launched is on the market right here. Our full protection of NextGen TV/ATSC 3.0 is on the market right here.