The shareholders’ meeting of German broadcast technology institute IRT has appointed Michael Hagemeyer as the institute’s new Managing Director effective January 25, 2018.
Germany evaluates TV broadcasting via 5G
German broadcast technology institute IRT wants to examine through a research project to what extend the new mobile network standard 5G is suitable for the large-scale transmission of TV channels.
SERAPHIC and IRT to demo HbbTV 2
SERAPHIC has entered into a partnership with IRT, a neutral research and competence centre for audiovisual technologies.
TV broadcast delivery improved on 4G and 5G networks
Efficient and cost-effective broadcasting of TV programmes to smartphones and tablets has come a step closer to reality.
SERAPHIC teams up with IRT
SERAPHIC has partnered with IRT to show the latest HbbTV 2 features at BroadcastAsia 2017.
Eutelsat, BR and IRT team up for Ultra HD
Satellite operator Eutelsat and Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), the affiliate of German public broadcaster ARD serving Bavaria, showcase an Ultra HD video at German media congress Medientage München 2015 from October […]
IRT shows HbbTV 2.0 companion screen feature
IBC 2015. Hall 10 stand 10.F51. IRT demonstrates in collaboration with LG Electronics and HTTV an implementation of the HbbTV 2.0 companion screen feature at IBC 2015 at IRT’s booth.
TDF and RAI launch first LTE-A+ Broadcast trials
French transmitter network operator TDF and Italian public broadcaster RAI have launched the world’s first field trials of the new converged mobile broadcast system LTE-A+ Broadcast from transmitter sites in […]
ARD connects HbbTV to second screen
German public broadcaster ARD has commenced offering viewers with connected TV sets the possibility to use their smart phone or tablet as a remote control for navigating through its catch-up […]
BR and IRT plan DVB-T2/HEVC trial in Munich
Bayerischer Rundfunk and the IRT are planning a DVB-T2 test network in Munich running MPEG-H Part 2 HEVC (H.265) compression. It will enable manufacturers to test the required new reception devices.