Next Gen TV Considerations for Public Media

June 30, 2019

It is expected that many, but not all, public media operations will be a part of this transition.The timing and involvement of individual organizations that do elect to transition to ATSC 3.0 will vary by their willingness and readiness to participate as well as by what local commercial television stations and group owners are planning for their own respective transitions.In the context of the ATSC 3.0 transition, public media entities should now be considering how their strategic mission of service to their local communities would be affected by new opportunities and challenges associated with this new transmission platform.

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Abril

The Abril Group is one of Latin America's largest and most influential communications conglomerates, providing information, education and entertainment to practically all segments of the Brazilian public.Abril was founded in 1950 by Victor Civita and today employs approximately 7,400 people. It is actively engaged in magazine publishing, online content and services, broadband Internet, database marketing and segmented TV.Abril publications sell close to 164 million copies a year and reach a total of 22 million readers. Seven of the country's ten biggest magazines are ours, led by Veja, Brazil's largest magazine and the world's best-selling weekly newsmagazine outside the US.

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