ENENSYS Releases ModulCast-ATSC For 3.0 Low-Power NextGen Transmitters

ENENSYS Technologies, a provider of media delivery solutions has rolled out ModulCast-ATSC, its new ATSC 3.0 OEM modulator for integration into digital TV transmitters. ModulCast-ATSC is an optimized and unique […]

Monetize OTT Live Events With CubeAgent Broadband From ENENSYS

ENENSYS Technologies, a provider of media delivery solutions, has debuted the new release of its consumer devices agent, CubeAgent Broadband, to allow service providers to monetize OTT live events “that […]


At IBC, Returning To A New Normal

In Amsterdam this week, there was plenty of talk about broadcasters’ ongoing transition to IP and the cloud, along with the supply chain issues and labor shortages hampering it, but most people were too grateful to see old friends, colleagues and clients to complain.

ENENSYS And Ateme Partner To Offer ATSC 3.0-In-A-Box Solution For WCRN

Tyche Media’s independent WCRN-LD Boston has launched an ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV platform with ENENSYS and Ateme’s ATSC 3.0 software-based solution. In addition to providing linear TV service over NextGen TV, the […]

WCRN-LD Boston Developing NextGen TV Platform

Initially, WCRN will offer four channels: France 24, Retro TV, Heartland TV and Paranormal TV. It’s also working with other companies to develop personalized content for viewers and unlimited encrypted datacasting services for businesses and first responders.

THISS, ENENSYS Partner For A New Maritime And Mobile Satellite IP Communications Hub System


Broadcasters Make Big 3.0 Bet At NAB

A consortium of station groups pledges to launch the new next-gen transmission standard in top markets by the end of next year. But while broadcasters seem to have found consensus on how to get 3.0 signals on-air, their long-term plans for business models are still unclear. And there are also some tough decisions broadcasters will need to make about what kind of single frequency network they need to build out.


3.0’s Potential To Be Tested In Phoenix, Dallas

Both an ATSC 3.0 single-frequency network (SFN) launch in Dallas and a “model market” test in Phoenix have equipment ready to go and are simply awaiting legal approval to turn on, which could come as early as tomorrow.