CIMM DEFINITION: An organization founded in 1983 to research and develop a television standard in the United States; An international organization of 200 members that is establishing voluntary technical standards for advanced television systems. (Source: CableLabs)

2: Developed a new set of standards for digital television to replace analog offering, among other things, much higher resolution.

3: Also used to refer to a platform’s inclusion of an ATSC tuner which allows reception of over-the-air (OTA) digital and HD channels. (Source: TIVO)

NOTE – ATSC is working on new standards AS03 and AS12 for binding metadata to assets using MXF wrapper technology.