The HbbTV Association is inviting entries for the HbbTV Awards 2019.
German free-to-air entertainment channel Anixe will adopt the new name Anixe+ on July 1, 2019, add new programmes and launch a video-on-demand (VOD) service accessible via its red button catch-up TV portal (HbbTV).
In July, Sportitalia will launch four new interactive sports channels on free-to-air digital terrestrial television using the HbbTV standard.
The HbbTV Association has announced that seven new companies have joined the industry association in the past six months.
The 8th HbbTV Symposium and Awards will take place on November 21-22, 2019 in Athens, Greece.
German public broadcaster Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB) will provide its radio station Antenne Brandenburg with a visual radio service from May 6, 2019.
German TV platform Freenet TV has added action sports channel ran Fighting to its line-up.
TDF and Enensys have concluded a strategic partnership aimed at boosting the development of innovative solutions for targeted advertising on Digital Terrestrial TV.
The HbbTV Association has announced the release of a new version of the HbbTV Conformance Test Suite.
German industry association Deutsche TV-Plattform has published the minimum requirements for HbbTV 2 devices in the German market.