Well the end is near (for ATSC DVR's TV's & tuners. The NAB last ditch effort to save OTA is on our doorsteps, supposedly by the end of the year. No details other than this;
It involves all four NYS cities from the Capital to Buffalo. Since there really isn't anything to receive ATSC3 with AFAIK
other than this as far as I could find doing a short search;
Somehow I don't see many jumping in.
Additional TV markets where stations have been identified for Next-Gen TV service (ranked by population) include:
Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News, VA
Oklahoma City, OK
Albuquerque - Santa Fe, NM
Grand Rapids - Kalamazoo, MI
Providence - New Bedford, RI
Little Rock - Pine Bluff, AR
Mobile, AL - Pensacola, FL
Albany-Schenectady - Troy, NY
Flint-Saginaw - Bay City, MI
Charleston - Huntington, WV
Burlington, VT - Plattsburgh, NY
Davenport, IA - Moline, IL
Santa Barbara, CA
“America’s broadcasters are on the cusp of a revolution in television,” said Gordon Smith, NAB president. “The many companies invested in TV broadcasting are committed to better television service for both our viewers and for our advertisers.
There was also good news for consumers as Michael Bergman, vice president of technology and standards for the Consumer Technology Association noted that ATSC 3.0-enabled sets and devices are expected to hit the market by 2020.
© 2019 TV Technology
I must of missed exactly where the "good news" is.