Five Charlotte TV Channels Launch NEXTGEN TV Shows
NEXTGEN TV is a feature built into some new TV models manufactured by LG Electronics, Samsung and Sony, and now widely available to consumers. Although the features available on NEXTGEN TV vary by device and broadcaster as commercial service becomes available in local markets, it is designed to be scalable, allowing a viewer’s TV to move forward in same time as the latest technology.
NEXTGEN TV offers:
- Superb 4K, high dynamic range video (HDR)
- Cinema-quality sound
- More vocal clarity with Dolby’s Voice +
- Constant volume on all channels
- Enhanced Internet content on demand
“By merging live television with the Internet, NEXTGEN TV will change the way viewers watch live television, revolutionizing the interaction between viewers and their home screens,” added Anne Schelle, Managing Director of Pearl TV, the broadcast group that coordinates the launch of the NEXTGEN TV channel. “Because NEXTGEN TV can also be enriched with Internet content, Charlotte viewers in the region will be able to make the most of live sports, live news and live events. ”
Charlotte joins nearly 40 cities among the first to adopt across the country – from Tampa in Portland and Las Vegas in Virginia Beach – where the NEXTGEN TV service is already available. The five local stations launching new third-generation digital television broadcasting technology are WAXN-TV from Cox Media Group, WSOC-TV (ABC) from Cox Media Group, WJZY-TV (FOX) from Nexstar Media Group, Inc. , WBTV from Gray Television. -TV (CBS) and WCNC-TV from TEGNA (NBC).
As a new standard for broadcast television, consumers can expect better television viewing associated with NEXTGEN TV as a complement to streaming platforms. NEXTGEN TV doesn’t compete for home bandwidth with over-the-top content, it offers free live TV to elevate the viewer experience.
The participating stations worked together to ensure that current programming remains accessible to all viewers, whether their television service is provided over the air or through a cable or satellite company. On-air viewers can simply re-digitize their televisions to ensure full service. Rescan instructions are available at: fcc.gov/rescan. Cable and satellite subscribers have nothing to do
Charlotte Viewers can learn more about NEXTGEN TV by visiting www.WatchNextGenTV.com, which offers a guide to cities offering the service, as well as links to available NEXTGEN TV models.
About Cox Media Group:
Cox Media Group (CMG) is a leading media company with dominant brands, award-winning content and exceptional people. CMG provides valuable local content to diverse audiences in the communities it serves. The business of the company mainly includes 65 radio stations in 11 markets, 33 high quality TV stations and market leaders in 20 markets and numerous streaming and digital platforms. The Cox Media Group portfolio includes affiliates of ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and MyNetworkTV, as well as several high-value independent stations. In addition, Cox Media Group operates the national advertising platform business of CoxReps; and offers a full range of local and regional advertising services with Local Solutions. For more information on Cox Media Group and its activities, please visit www.coxmediagroup.com.
About Nexstar Media Group:
Nexstar Media Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXST) is a leading diversified media company leveraging localism to bring new services and value to consumers and advertisers through its traditional, digital and mobile media platforms. Its wholly-owned operating subsidiary, Nexstar Media Inc., is made up of three divisions: Broadcasting, Digital and Networking. The Broadcasting Division operates, schedules or provides sales and other services to 199 television stations and related digital multicast signals reaching 116 markets or approximately 39% of all US television households (reflecting the UHF discount of the FCC). The division’s portfolio includes the main subsidiaries of NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, MyNetworkTV and The CW. The digital division operates 120 local websites and 284 mobile apps delivering hyper-local content and verticals for consumers and advertisers, allowing audiences to choose where, when and how to access content and creating new revenue opportunities for the company. The Networks division operates NewsNation, formerly WGN America, a national cable news and entertainment network reaching 75 million television homes, the Antenna TV multicast network and WGN Radio in Chicago. Nexstar also owns a 31.3% stake in TV Food Network, a leading cable asset. For more information, please visit www.nexstar.tv.
TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) is an innovative media company serving the greater good of our communities. Across all platforms, TEGNA tells inspiring stories, conducts impactful surveys and delivers innovative marketing solutions. With 64 TV stations in 51 US markets, TEGNA is the largest owner of the top 4 affiliate networks in the top 25 markets among independent station groups, reaching approximately 39% of all TV households nationwide. TEGNA also owns the major True Crime Network, Twist and Quest multicast networks. TEGNA offers innovative solutions to help businesses reach consumers on television, digital and over-the-top (OTT) platforms, including Premion, TEGNA’s OTT advertising service. For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com.
About Pearl TV:
Pearl TV is a commercial organization of U.S. broadcast companies with a common interest in exploring forward-looking broadcast opportunities, including innovative ways to promote local TV content and develop digital media and wireless platforms for the industry. of the broadcast. Pearl members, comprising over 750 television stations, include nine of America’s largest broadcast companies: Cox Media Group, Graham Media Group, Gray Television, Hearst Television Inc., Meredith Local Media Group, Nexstar Media Group, Sinclair Broadcast Group, the EW Scripps Company and TEGNA, Inc.
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