The DVB Steering Board has given its approval to two BlueBooks.
Industry group SAT>IP Alliance has put its activities on hold, a spokesman confirmed to Broadband TV News.
Pioneering work by the EBU and DVB is to be honoured with an Emmy Award for Technology and Engineering.
Licensing programmes covering DVB standards DVB-S2, DVB-SIS and DVB-CSA have been updated.
DVB has released an open source reference client for DVB-I, the specification that enables linear TV to be delivered over the Internet.
Verimatrix has announced that its reengineered its broadcast security solution for the DVB market.
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).
The DVB Technical Module has approved a ‘significant reorganisation’ of the sub-groups that develop and maintain the DVB specifications.
The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) has been given approval by the International Telecommunications Union for its ATSC digital broadcast standard.