NextGen TV Comes to South Bend, Indiana

SOUTH BEND, Ind.—Five main tv stations have launched NextGen TV, aka ATSC 3.0, broadcasts within the South Bend-Elkhart tv market.The Thursday June 29 included  WSBT-TV (Sinclair-owned CBS and Fox affiliate), WNDU-TV (Gray Television’s NBC affiliate), WSJV (Gray Television’s H&I affiliate), WNIT (Michigan Public Broadcasting’s PBS affiliate), and WHME-TV (Family Broadcasting Corporation’s impartial station). For the launch, WSJV, which is owned by Gray Television, has transformed to ATSC 3.0 transmissions. WSJV will broadcast its personal programming, in addition to the programming of the opposite taking part stations, in NextGen TV format. All programming of all taking part stations will proceed to be accessible within the present digital format, which will be acquired on all fashionable tv units. BitPath, which is creating new knowledge broadcasting companies, led the planning course of and coordinated efforts throughout the 5 tv stations.BitPath will make its groundbreaking NavPath and BitPoint exact navigation and positioning companies accessible at no cost to Indiana’s first responders.TV Tech has been monitoring the launch of NextGen TV broadcasts across the nation. Our full checklist of markets that supply 3.0 indicators is out there right here. Our full protection of the know-how will be accessed right here.

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