Stakeholders representing broadcasters, device manufacturers, software providers and research companies have recently launched the German DVB-I Pilot.
Digital TV solutions providers Sofia Digital and Twise have created a DVB-I client within an HbbTV OpApp on a CI Plus Conditional Access Module (CAM), enhancing the TV user experience.
Sofia Digital has been working with Telia and Streamteam Nordic to manage the metadata behind the Finnish ice hockey league.
Sofia Digital has showcased HbbTV OpApp, working in partnership with Seraphic and Panasonic, at the 7th HbbTV Symposium and Awards 2018 in Berlin.
The HbbTV Association has chosen Sofia Digital to implement a reference application and provide sample content for online streaming of DRM protected video to HbbTV enabled televisions and set-top boxes.
Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM), a Malaysian public broadcaster has launched its HbbTV platform.
A new online catch-up service has begun in Finland, featuring Restart functionality, and using MPEG DASH and HbbTV 1.5 technology.
The Turkish public broadcaster TRT has started hybrid TV services employing HbbTV technology by Sofia Digital.
Cubiware and Sofia Digital have signed a middleware licensing agreement with Vodafone Iceland, a “single-brand” partner network of Vodafone Group.
Hungarian transmission services provider Antenna Hungária is launching a HbbTV services platform on its DTTV network.