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This Thursday, July 28th at 12:30 p.m., Chapter 54 is invited to join Chapter 37 (DC) and guest speaker Skip Pizzi, Senior Consultant to Public Media Venture Group, who will present an overview of the ATSC 3.0 format's advantages, discuss progress in its adoption worldwide, and provide first-hand knowledge of the building and stumbling blocks in launching the new television broadcast format. Skip's presentation will outline the "lighthouse" model being used in most markets to transition from ATSC 1.0 to 3.0.  He will then focus on a unique approach to be used by The WNET Group in the NYC transition (for which he is Project Manager), which could offer some advantages over the traditional model.
The zoom link will open at 12 noon for early adopters, and five minutes for each chapter for “local business” starting at 12:30 pm.  Program to start at 1 pm and should be under one hour. Chapter 54 is already listed  as a participant:
This meeting is brought to you by SBE Chapter 15, New York City and SBE Chapter 37, Washington DC.
Please register in advance using this Zoom link