Next year will see the first commercially available Ultra HD channels, said Michel Chabrol, SVP new Tv formats at Eutelsat.
HDR TV shipments will reach more than 4 million units in 2016 and grow to more than 30 million units by 2020, according to IHS Markit.
Dutch-based Insight TV has commissioned the first sports reality programme filmed in HDR.
Japanese public broadcaster NHK and remium pay broadcaster Wowow will co-host two 4K HDR world premieres at the MIPCOM 2016 Country of Honour Opening Party.
Google is bringing in Chromecast Ultra, a 4K version of its streaming device, capable of streaming 4K content from YouTube, Netflix and later Google Play Movies.
Roku has released details of its five new players, with two offering HD and 4K, and two adding HDR.
The just released major system software update for Sony PS4, version 4.00 (codenamed Shingen), brings a refreshed system UI, folder organization, updates to the Quick Menu and Share Menu, as well as support for HDR.
By 2020 250 million TV viewers around the world will be ready to watch shows using the latest technology known as High Dynamic Range (HDR).
SES will broadcast three demonstrations of Ultra HD (UHD) with High Dynamic Range (HDR) at IBC 2016 in Amsterdam.
Samsung Electronics will be adding a HDR+ firmware update to all of its 2016 SUHD TVs with Quantum dot display.