NextGen TV Expands in Phoenix

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NextGen TV Expands in Phoenix

NextGen TV is live in Phoenix, AZ with eleven channels now broadcasting on the NextGen TV broadcast standard. Phoenix was one of the original test cities when NextGen TV first launched in 2018. The channels that have introduced the new generation digital television broadcasting technology are KASW (CW), KNXV (ABC), KSAZ (FOX), KUTP (Fox10 Xtra), KPHO (CBS), KTVK (Independent), KTAZ (Telemundo, completion service availability until the end of summer), KAET (PBS), KPNX (NBC), KFPH-CD (UniMas) and KTVW (Univision). The participating broadcasters have worked together to ensure that the latest programming remains available to all viewers, independently whether your television service is provided over the air or through a cable or satellite company. Antenna viewers can simply re-scan their TV sets to ensure full service. “Phoenix was the first NEXTGEN TV launch in the US, and we are excited to expand NEXTGEN TV viewing options for the Phoenix region,” added Anne Schelle, Managing Director of Pearl TV, the broadcaster business group, who initiated the launch of the NEXTGEN TV broadcaster. With NextGen TV, viewers receive improved video and sound quality, additional speech intelligibility, consistent volume across all channels, improved Internet content on demand and expanded emergency alarm functions. to better informed viewers. “This milestone underscores the growth of NEXTGEN TV broadcasts and installed televisions, and demonstrates the evolution of Phoenix from designing innovative channels to reality,” said Greg Coburn, director of NEXTGEN TV at Univision Communications Inc. “NEXTGEN TV secures the future of television where content and the viewing experience culminate – inform, entertain and inspire it watchnextgentv.com for a list of cities that have launched NextGen TV and cities that will launch this summer. Jess Barnes Jess Barnes attended Edinboro University and worked for years in nonprofits before setting up as a freelance writer in 2012. Jess has been with Cord Cutters News since 2017.

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