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Irdeto talks about RDK and rapid innovation

Peter Oggel, VP Product Management for Irdeto, talks about RDK and its benefits for rapid innovation and service introduction and how it can benefit all players in the ecosystem no…

ITU ratifies new HDR standard

ITU ratifies new HDR standard

The ITU has announced – and confirmed – the REC-2100 enhanced standard, and which builds on the ‘REC-2020’ standard for high-dynamic range (HDR) broadcasting. “[HDR] represents a major advance in…

DLNA 4.0 publishes DLNA 4.0 guidelines

The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) has announced that the organisation’s latest Guidelines for streaming personal content in the home are now available for download. DLNA 4.0 enables consumer product…

Warner Bros joins HEVC Advance

HEVC Advance, an independent licensing administrator, hasy announced that Warner Bros has become both a Licensor and Licensee of the HEVC Advance HEVC/H.265 Patent Pool.  As a Licensor, Warner Bros…

BBC boost for HbbTV

BBC boost for HbbTV

The BBC, working in collaboration with Freeview, Digital UK and the DTG, has announced that it intends to accelerate the adoption of international standards around interactive TV in the UK…

HomeGrid: “G.hn key to ultra-broadband experience”

Speaking at BroadbandTV in Nashville, Donna Yasay, President of HomeGrid Forum, told the audience that G.hn is the number one technology to fulfil the needs for an in-home ultra-broadband experience,…

CME: ‘Unfair to back DVB-T2’

DTT is not part of the future TV landscape and governments should not back DVB-T2 to the disadvantage of other platforms, declares Christophe Mainusch, Central European Media Enterprise’s co-CEO. Instead…

Italy adopts HbbTV 2.0.1 interactive TV standard

Italy has adopted the HbbTV version 2.0.1 technology, based on HTML5, as a single standard for interactive TV services provided by broadcasters on Smart TVs and set-top-boxes. The confirmation comes…

ETSI group explores mobile and broadcast convergence

ICT standards body ETSI has unveiled a new Industry Specification Group, the Mobile and Broadcast Convergence (MBC) ISG. ETSI MBC ISG will explore the deployment and business models of converged…

EC Digital Single Market: Industry reaction

A number of broadcast industry trade bodies and observers have commented on the European Commission’s Digital Single Market proposals. Cable Europe welcomed the proposal to amend the Audiovisual Media Services…