German industry association Deutsche TV-Plattform has published a white paper on ADB2.
Stakeholders representing broadcasters, device manufacturers, software providers and research companies have recently launched the German DVB-I Pilot.
Poland’s National Media Institute (KIM) has completed monitoring the level of Poles’ readiness to receive DVB-T2/HEVC terrestrial broadcasts.
The number of RDK devices deployed globally has risen to 100 million, an increase of 20 million over the past year.
The national transmission company Emitel completed the last stage of Poland’s transition to the DVB-T2/HEVC standard.
The 9th FOKUS Media Web Symposium (MWS) will again take place as a live, in-person event in Berlin on June 21-22, 2022.
Over three-quarters of Polish homes can now receive DVB-T2 services.
Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has asked the owners of the largest electronics stores and online sales platforms not to take advantage of the transition to DVB-T2 […]
MPEG-LA has announced the availability of its licensing program for essential patents involved in ATSC 3.0
Slovakia’s Antik Telecom will become the first operator in Central Europe to move from MPEG-4 to HEVC-encoded broadcasting technology.