The transition to the DVB-T2 standard has restarted in the Czech Republic following a delay brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Czech Republic’s Digital Broadcasting has announced new dates for the transition to the DVB-T2 standard.
Despite the Corona crisis, 2.7 million TV sets were sold in Germany between January and May 2020, slightly more than in the first five months of the previous year (2.65 million), according to GfK Retail & Technology.
The Corona crisis has put a damper on Swiss public broadcaster SRG’s plan to move its satellite channels to the new HEVC/H.265 compression standard in 2021.
The Hungarian national transmission company Antenna Hungária has chosen Enensys Technologies’ SmartGate solution for its DVB-T and DVB-T2 network.
The HbbTV Association will offer a series of webinars covering current issues, solutions and developments in the TV and OTT market.
A new date has emerged for the Czech Republic to complete its transition to the DVB-T2 standard.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has put back the deadline for discontinuing broadcasts in DVB-T/MPEG-2 and transitioning to DVB-T2 for at least six months.
The DVB Steering Board has given its approval to the publication of three blue books, which will ultimately lead to new ETSI standards.
A new version of the transport profile for running DVB services over IP-based networks has been published by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).