CES 2016: Broadcast TV Won’t Be Left Out Of HDR Revolution | Twice

High dynamic range (HDR) video won’t be limited to over-the-top streaming services or Ultra HD Blu-ray discs.Two local TV stations are using next-generation ATSC 3.0 standards to beam 4K HDR video to Samsung and LG TVs on the CES show floor in the first-ever public demos of HDR broadcasting.Meantime, at a Wynn suite, the Sinclair Broadcast Group and the Pearl TV consortium of station owners are demonstrating a suite of capabilities enabled by the IP-based digital broadcast standard. The features are seen as making over-the-air broadcasters more competitive with pay-TV providers.

Source: CES 2016: Broadcast TV Won’t Be Left Out Of HDR Revolution | Twice

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