ESPN is introducing a separate feed focused on sports betting on its National Basketball Association telecast tonight. Both ESPN+ and ESPN2 will broadcast the "Daily Wager Special," providing graphics tailored to bettors as well as analyst commentary.
The same day that Sinclair flipped on the switch of a 100w transmitter broadcasting ATSC 3.0, Sinclair and Fraunhofer announced they are working together to bring audio services using the DRM standard to ATSC 3.0.
Roku is welcoming spring with a slate of new goodies for consumers, announcing a new version of its OS, a new Express 4K+ dongle, Voice Remote Pro and Streambar Pro.
Kanemura joins For-A America from Sony Electronics, where he was vice president of professional products and solutions. Ken Truong, former For-A America president, is now the company’s chief technology officer.
With media companies pivoting to streaming, analyst Michael Nathanson of MoffettNathanson is asking if streaming is really a better business than traditional pay TV.
Cisco Systems was selected by the NFL to provide networking gear for services that fuel services for "behind-the-scenes gameday operations" in all 30 of the league's stadiums. The networking infrastructure will be connected to the NFL's Art McNally Gameday Central in New York City.
Mike Tirico will occupy an set overlooking Tokyo to cover the delayed 2020 Olympic games for NBC in the network's first outdoor primetime Olympic broadcasts. NBC's "Today" show will also make use of the set when Tirico is not on the air.
National Association of Broadcasters leader Gordon Smith presented 10 Crystal Radio Awards, during the virtual NAB Show Premiere on April 13, to stations that have gone to special lengths to serve their communities. The NAB also honored D.C.'s WHUR-FM with a Crystal Heritage Award and Mario Lopez with the Television Chairman's Award.
NCTA-the Internet & Television Association opposes allocating federal remote learning funds to mobile services or equipment under the new American Rescue Plan. The group told the Federal Communications Commission that cellphones don't give students the "robust broadband capability they need to fully participate in remote learning activities."
Grupo Televisa and Univision Communications announced the formation of Televisa-Univision, the biggest company in the world to provide media in Spanish. The united corporation, which a Televisa executive expects to bring in roughly $4 billion of revenue each year, focuses on streaming but also includes cable and broadcast television as well as radio.
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