Slovakia’s leading broadcaster TV Markiza has launched its first HbbTV app in co-operation with the Czech development company Mautilus.
The Czech Republic’s Atmedia is preparing to launch its first campaign using the HbbTV platform.
HbbTV has been a resounding success for the Polish public broadcaster TVP in the last four years.
The Czech national commercial broadcaster FTV Prima has launched its first HbbTV application.
Antenna Hungária has announced plans to expand its hybrid TV service MinDig TV Plusz in the near future.
German telco Deutsche Telekom and UK-based mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat have teamed up to bring inflight high-speed internet services to Europe’s aviation industry.
The Turkish public broadcaster TRT has launched its seventh HbbTV app.
The Turkish public broadcaster TRT has started hybrid TV services employing HbbTV technology by Sofia Digital.
HbbTV has established itself in Germany: 92% of the connected TV sets sold in 2014 were compliant with the interactive multimedia standard, corresponding with 4.2 million devices, according to the latest figures released by industry association Deutsche TV-Plattform based on market data from GfK Retail & Technology.
ProSiebenSat.1 Digital believes time shift in HbbTV would be a highly valuable feature for clients and will start testing with a technical prototype in Q1 this year.