Austrian commercial broadcaster Servus TV has rolled out an extended catch-up service based on HbbTV 2.0, the latest version of the open standard for interactive TV features.
The Czech public broadcaster Ceska Televize has launched a new application called HbbTV Test 2.0.
SERAPHIC has announced that it has recently rolled out Android TV compliant HbbTV 2 SDK.
EKT and Access have announced the start of a long term cooperation whereby EKT will deploy Access’ Chromium-based NetFront Browser BE as part of its solidTV software solution.
The HbbTV Association has announced the immediate availability of HbbTV 2.0.1.
The HbbTV Association it has received all the test material for the first release of a test suite for HbbTV 2.0 implementations.
Italian broadcasters are planning to adopt the new HTML5-based HbbTV 2.0 when the specification is released later this year.