By John Eggerton, Broadcasting & Cable Online, 6-17-20

The FCC has resolved some major outstanding issues in its framework for a transition to the ATSC 3.0 broadcast transmission standard, which will allow for higher-definition pictures, targeted ads, interactivity and “broadcast internet.”

The FCC declined to allow vacant in-band channels to be used for ATSC 3.0 deployment, which broadcasters sought but computer companies opposed because they want to use those channels for wireless broadband.

That came in a Report and Order resolving various petitions for reconsideration of its Next Gen TV order and “other matters.”  » Read More