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NAB Calls on FCC to Adopt New Rules for Broadcast Internet

(Image credit: NAB) WASHINGTON—The National Association of Broadcasters this week recommended to the FCC that it adopt new ownership rules that would encourage broadcasters to offer “Broadcast Internet” services via ATSC 3. 0 (aka NextGen TV). The FCC is currently seeking input on revising legacy ownership rules that could hinder agreements between broadcasters and third parties to provide IP services over ATSC 3. 0, which combines over-the-air broadcasting with IP. Broadcasters have been touting ATSC 3. 0’s “one to many” broadcast concept as an efficient way to deliver IP services to consumers and businesses alike.

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