ATSC Membership Ranks Swell with Interest in Next-Gen Broadcasting

Driven in large part by the huge and growing interest in next-generation broadcasting generally and in the development of ATSC 3.0 specifically, membership grew by 26 percent in 2015 to a total of 151 members.

A big ATSC welcome to our 42 new members from the United States and around the globe, jumping on the ATSC 3.0 bandwagon this year:

Allegro DVT

Alticast

Anita’s Microsystems

Antennas Direct

Avateq

Candella Software

Cavell-Mertz

Cognitive Networks

DekTec

DigiCAP

Dish Network

DTV Audio Group

Eurofins

Godetia

GTxcel

Heartland Media

Hisilicon

Institut für Rundfunktechnik GmbH

KBS

Media Excel

MediaTek Inc

Munhwa Broadcasting

Novatek

Pacific Northwest Networks

Philips

Pixtree

ProTelevision Technologies

Psyx Research

RealCom Tec

Rohde & Schwarz

 

Shenzhen NELDTV

Source Digital

SpectraRep

WebTuner

WILUS

 

New “Observer” Members:

Joseph Callahan

Patrick Greene

Jeffrey Hamilton

RTP Holdings

Schulyer Quackenbush

Pat Waddell