KING TV and KONG TV will convert to Next Gen TV under a new infrastructure for the launch, with KONG TV as the lighthouse station. Tegna Inc. has partnered with GatesAir in this rollout. This includes a host of new features and technology. It’s based on an IP (Internet Protocol) backbone.
Broadcasters will be able to send 4K UHD signals or cram more high- or standard-definition channels into the same space. TECHHIVE
YES! You will need a new TV or a converter box to take advantage of this.
4 thoughts on “4K UHD Broadcasting Coming To Tegna Stations”
y-a-w-n … did anybody mention content? Don’t wake me up until Next Gen TV can give me something to rival larger-than-life cubic zirconia in a rainbow of splashy yet romantic shades. Until then, I am so totally not there … pass me the gin, son …
They will have to use some filters with these tv news people. I don’t want to see the zits and blemishes in 3D.
Especially when they lean into the camera. Remember the guy who tried to put our eyes out with the paddle ball in House of Wax?
Bleach those choppers too!
That was a scary movie. The wax figure idea was used in an episode of Superman (George Reeves)