January 29, 2012
Special Thanks to everyone that made this years’ event incredible!
Formerly the Coalition for Free TV and Broadband, the Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance goal is to preserve and promote the efficient and effective use of all television broadcast spectrum. At the NRB Convention in Nashville, one year from the formation of the Coalition and the day before legislation was signed authorizing spectrum auctions, the Coalition officially became the Alliance. The main change other than name is the growth to a sustaining organization with an operations staff and resources to fight for the cause on a daily basis.
Click here to join as a broadcaster, equipment provider, supplier or industry member by credit card. To join and be invoiced, click here. Requested minimum contribution to be a voting industry member is $200. Further donations are welcome to help fund our staff. Larger contributors will be recognized for their donations by acknowledgment on web and printed materials. Associate membership will continue to be free, click here to join.
Alliance Files Comments in Spectrum NPRM 12-268
The Advanced Television Broadcasting filed comments in the matter of “Expanding the Economic and Innovation Opportunities of Spectrum Through Incentive Auctions” on January 22, 2013. The filing can be viewed here. The Broadcasting Alliance encourages television owners and staff, allied industries and the public in general to file comments in the NPRM. Link for Broadcasters and Industry to file. The general public may use this link.
Get a copy of the Broadcast Overlay Plan
The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance is actively promoting a widely accepted position that the television broadcast industry should adopt a new advanced television standard. A more capable standard would be good for consumers, offer the opportunity to double broadcast industry revenue and provide billions to the US Treasury. It would offer stations the flexibility to offer multiple HDTV signals or SD signals, advanced mobile wireless services compatible with future wireless carrier standards and various mobile video delivery services to name a few.Top