Televisionation:: Joonyoung Park, VP, DigiCAP

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Televisionation: DigiCAP’s Joonyoung Park on ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV


Televisionation: DigiCAP’s Joonyoung Park on ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV

ITVT is pleased to present another episode of “Televisionation,” our new video/audio podcast exploring the advanced/interactive-TV industry in the Coronavirus/Covid-19 Era.

This episode features Joonyoung Park, Vice President and Fellow at Seoul-based DigiCAP, discussing that company’s work in ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV. Among other things, he provides an overview of ATSC 3.0 in South Korea and of the new services and forms of monetization it is enabling in that country (note: the standard was adopted by South Korea in 2016 and has been in use there since May 2017); describes how DigiCAP is working to enable ATSC 3.0-powered distance learning during the Coronavirus pandemic; and updates us on the company’s efforts to build its presence in the US market.

(Note: If you would like to share your thoughts on how the Coronavirus/Covid-19 crisis will change the TV and advertising industries, and tell us what your company—or you yourself—are doing to prepare for this new reality, please contact us at



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