The DigiTAG Steering Board has today formally issued joint recommendations with the EBU, BNE and ACT aimed at ensuring that necessary technical safeguards are adopted to protect the television services, delivered by the digital terrestrial TV (DTT) platform, from interference.
Exclusive: Over half of broadcasters would prefer the adoption of a Service Compatible format for 3DTV, marking a split with the side-by-side transmissions favoured by pay-TV operators, according to a survey conducted by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and seen by Broadband TV News.
Member broadcasters of the European Broadcasting Union are joining together to deliver the 2010 FIFA World Cup online through a dedicated sports video portal.
The EBU has called on European decision makers to support developments in terrestrial broadcasting and to take into account the complementary nature of broadband.
The EBU Technical Committee has given its approval to the formation of an EBU Study Group on 3DTV.
DTG 3DTV Technical Seminar – London: The DVB is hoping that its work on 3D television will be passed to the organisation’s steering board before the end of the year.
The General Assembly of the European Broadcasting Union has given its support to Hybrid Broadband Broadcasting (HBB), describing the technology as “one of the most exciting developments in the media today”.
The Technical Committee of the European Broadcasting Union has agreed a set of measures for Hybrid Broadcast Broadband (HBB) services and devices.
IBC 2009 – Amsterdam. The use of the 790 to 862MHz frequency range for mobile services risks causing severe interference to DTT reception, according to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).
IBC 2009 – Amsterdam. “It is the EBU job to try and harmonise the initiatives for internet to the TV services,” said Peter MacAvock of the EBU. Over-the-top delivery of content on hybrid devices is one of the hot issues at this year’s IBC.