The members of the NextGen Video Information Systems Alliance represent the spectrum of the next generation video ecosystem.
Our Regular Members include:
ATEME, a leader in video distribution infrastructure, serving premium content and the world’s largest service providers.
Bitrouter, providing comprehensive products and engineering services for digital TV systems.
DigiCAP Co. Ltd, providing distribution technology solutions to media companies such as broadcasters, MPVDs, and telcos.
DigIt Signage Technologies, providing video text and graphic solutions for the broadcast and cable TV industries.
Digital Alert Systems, designer and manufacturer of solutions across the emergency information landscape, including broadcast TV, cable TV, government and enterprise applications. DAS contributed the Advanced Emergency Information specification to the ATSC 3.0 standard.
Enensys Technologies, designer and manufacturer of innovative professional equipment and software enabling efficient video delivery over terrestrial (ATSC 1.0, ATSC 3.0), satellite, and telecom networks (4G/5G, IPTV, OTT).
Hitachi Kokusai Electric Comark and CDS, providing providing a range of transmission solutions for terrestrial television broadcasting and fully integrated ATSC 1.0 / 3.0 encoding / headend solutions.
The Weather Company, an IBM Business, offers industry-leading weather solutions.
Triveni Digital, who helped create ATSC 3.0, offers award-winning new products supporting ATSC 1.0 and ATSC 3.0 simultaneous operations. Leveraging decades of experience in the North American broadcast market, our US-based support and engineering staff help TV broadcasters make a smooth transition to Next Gen TV.
Verance, providing watermarking platforms that power broadband features on broadcast television by enabling dynamic advertising and interactivity across all screens and distribution paths.
Our Associate Members include broadcasters and other service providers with a demonstrated and pioneering commitment to NextGenTV:
Capitol Broadcasting Company. Capitol owns 3 television stations and 9 radio stations in the Raleigh–Durham and Wilmington areas of North Carolina
New Mexico PBS. New Mexico PBS’ Mission is to inform, engage, educate and connect the state's diverse communities through quality programming, services and online content.
News Press Gazette. NPG has extensive holdings in broadcast television and newspapers.
Kentucky Educational Television. KET is Kentucky's statewide public television network, providing locally produced and PBS programming and educational services.
Sinclair Broadcast Group / OneMedia. Sinclair owns, operates and/or provides services to 191 television stations in 89 markets, is a leading local news provider in the country and owns multiple national networks.
UNC-TV Public Media North Carolina, North Carolina's only statewide public media network, with 12 stations providing four full-time, unique broadcast program channels.