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 by raising the cost of equipment.
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.
Comcast has successfully tested a prototype Full Duplex DOCSIS 4.0 system-on-chip (SoC) cable modem.
German service provider TeraVolt has been commissioned by public broadcast network ARD to develop a client system for all HbbTV-based ARD teletext services.
The 8K Association, the cross-industry group dedicated to promoting the growth of the 8K ecosystem, has updated the performance specification of its Association Certified mark program.
German cable operator Tele Columbus has begun upgrading its network with DOCSIS 3.1 to enable 1Gbps internet access.
The US Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) has issued a new Request for Proposals (RFP) for Broadcast Core Network technologies to enhance the ATSC 3.0 broadcast standard.
Multiscreen and video streaming enabler SmartLabs is demoing IPTV and OTT solutions at IBC2021.
A new German alliance of market players wants to ensure that the UHF frequencies in the 470 to 694 MHz range remain available for terrestrial broadcasting and event technology in the long term.