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Report: ATSC 3.0 transition to drive revenue

An in-depth review of the commercial television broadcasting business by research and consultancy firm BIA/Kelsey indicates that the investment large and medium market US TV stations are considering making in…

Philippines to adopt Japanese TV standard

The Philippines has selected Japan’s ISDB-T transmission standard for its introduction of digital terrestrial TV. However, the transition period has slipped from 4 to 6 years. One of the benefits…

UHD Alliance: ‘HDR a key driver’

UHD Alliance: ‘HDR a key driver’

Members of trade body the UHD Alliance, meeting at European Broadcasting Union (EBU) headquarters in Geneva recently to assess the current status of the UHD market, have noted that HDR…

Analyst: 5G TV could rival cabsat, IPTV

TV and video delivery is likely to become a core capability of next generation 5G wireless services, concludes a report from Strategy Analytics. Recent demonstrations have suggested that 5G will…

EBU’s Fell to lead WBU Technical Committee

EBU’s Fell to lead WBU Technical Committee

Simon Fell, Director of the EBU’s Technology and Innovation Department, has been elected to Chair the Technical Committee of the World Broadcasting Unions (WBU) for a two-year term (2017/18). The…

USA: ATSC 3.0 on offer by year-end

US viewers could start having access to Ultra-HD via the proposed ATSC 3.0 broadcasting standard by the end of this year. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is planning to vote…

WorldDAB ensures ‘fit for the future’ standard

WorldDAB ensures ‘fit for the future’ standard

Global industry association WorldDAB has completed a comprehensive review and revision of the DAB digital radio standard, identifying obsolete features, clarifying the description of features to aid interoperability and updating…

AIMS adds five new members

The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) has announced that five more companies have joined the organisation as associate members. Artel Video Systems is a global provider of broadcast-quality media…

Research: Skills shortage for IP transition

Research from Snell Advanced Media (SAM) shows the majority of businesses across Europe (64 per cent) and North America (56 per cent) are looking to start IP production projects in…

AIMS adopts IS-04 spec

The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) has added the IS-04 specification to its roadmap. IS-04 will bring critical uniformity to the use of video, audio, and ancillary data on…