The Croatian infrastructure operator Digital Signals and Networks (OiV) has provided insights into its 5G broadcast strategy.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) member Rai has opened its doors to the first European multi-site 5G Broadcast showcase delivering the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) live to 5G Broadcast enabled personal phones.
The Czech national transmission company Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRa) has begun a 5G broadcast trial from the Zizkov tower in Prague.
Media Broadcast has released details of the 5G Broadcast test currently underway in Hamburg.
German public broadcaster NDR and transmitter network operator Media Broadcast launched a 5G Broadcast test network in Hamburg on October 26, 2021.
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.
Two new reports by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) conclude that a 5G Broadcast system could be safely introduced alongside existing DTT in the contested UHF band, and that existing broadcast towers could be used to significantly enhance the coverage and minimise the cost of rollout of this new technology.
Telefónica has carried out the first direct TV broadcast with 5G in Spain on the 700 MHz band.
NTV has become the first Russian TV channel to use 5G broadcast.
The first live TV broadcast via a 5G network in Greece has taken place during the Greek Cup final.