The participants of German research project 5G Today, in which linear TV was transmitted in 5G broadcast mode for the first time, have drawn a positive conclusion.
The Ukrainian DTT operator Zeonbud has encoded its signal on Astra 4A through which it delivers TV services to more than 140 terrestrial broadcasting stations.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced that the use of the DVB-T MPEG-2 system will cease as soon as May 25, 2020 in some regions of the country.
German technical services provider Media Broadcast is following the development of 5G Broadcast, but sees a regular deployment in the distant future.
Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has acquired from De Agostini Editore the remaining 50% of Super Broadcast S.R.L, the company that owns and operates the free-to-air (FTA) kids’ TV channel, Super.
Russia will complete the transition to digital terrestrial broadcasting today (October 14) following the switch-off of analogue signals of national TV channels in 21 regions.
Moldova has put back the date it will complete the transition to digital broadcasting.
Monika Karas, the chair of the Hungarian regulator NMHH, and Zsolt Sárecz, the president and CEO of Antenna Hungária (AH), have signed a regulatory agreement that will allow the latter to operate a national DTT network for a further 12 years.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has announced a tender for the DVB-T2 multiplex covering the Odessa region.
The Croatian national transmission company OiV has announced the start of the transition to the DVB-T2 standard in the country.