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Spain to approve new DTT migration

Spain to approve new DTT migration

Spain’s recently-formed administration is set to approve a new DTT migration plan before June 30 2017. The minister of Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda, Alvaro Nadal, will be responsible for…

Indian broadcasters welcome DSO ruling

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) has welcomed the order passed by the Honourable Delhi High Court dismissing the nine petitions dealing with the time extension for implementing digital addressable system…

DTG’s D-Book 9 paves the way for UHD

More efficient encoding (HEVC) introduced to products to help pave the way for future UHD (Ultra High Definition) services is one of the key elements of the DTG’s D-Book 9,…

South Africa commences DTT migration

South Africa commences DTT migration

October 28th marks the beginning of the Analogue Switch-Off (ASO) in South Africa. This major national milestone forms part of the country’s Broadcasting Digital Migration (BDM) process, and will begin…

Brasilia adopts DTT

Brazil’s capital city, Brasilia, will switch off its analogue TV signals on October 26th.  The nation’s Minister of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications, Gilberto Kassab, confirmed that the analogue switch…

BBC to offer UHD via iPlayer

Last week the BBC’s Mike Gunton (Creative Director/BBC Natural History Unit) and Andy King (its outgoing Head of Technology/Television Productions), speaking to advanced-television.com at the MIPCOM programming market, said that…

Sony takes Hopster stake

Sony Pictures Television Networks has taken a minority stake in global pre-school SVoD platform Hopster, becoming a strategic equity investor and taking a seat on the company’s Board. The investment…

Nigeria targets $1bn annual digital dividend

Nigeria’s Federal Government has said it could potentially raise a digital dividend of $1 billion from the sale of spectrum as it rolls out digitisation of broadcasting in the country.…

Industry releases ATSC 3.0 planning guide

Station groups representing nearly 400 US TV broadcasters and a host of broadcasting equipment and service suppliers are releasing a comprehensive planning guide for a transition to ATSC 3.0, the…

Australia: Freeview launches FV mobile app

Australian free-to-air digital TV platform Freeview has announced that its world-first mobile app, delivering FTA TV channels with just one click, will launch in November. The new live streaming service…