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Broadband Forum specs for converged 5G core

Broadband Forum specs for converged 5G core

A “milestone moment” in developing a converged 5G core network, addressing both fixed and mobile networks, has been reached after Broadband Forum delivered detailed recommendations to 3GPP. The proposals made…

Broadband Forum standards to boost optical access

Broadband Forum has released new standards for the modularisation of the Dynamic Bandwidth Assignment (DBA) function, representing a significant advance in the Quality of Service (QoS) of optical access systems…

Broadband Forum: 42 Gfast certifications

Broadband Forum has revealed that there are now 42 certified-interoperable Gfast solutions for the 106MHz profile, as a new Gfast Market Update highlights the growing popularity of the technology among…

Fincons, Verance partner for Next Gen TV

Professional services company Fincons Group has partnered with audio and video watermarking technology specialist Verance Corporation to accelerate and expand the development of Next Gen TV experiences in the US…

Study: High consumer interest in Next-Gen TV

Research from the Phoenix deployment of Next-Gen Television shows that the new service delivering live, over-the-air TV could increase broadcast TV viewing and drive sales of new television receivers in…

RT seeks judicial review of Ofcom breach decision

RT seeks judicial review of Ofcom breach decision

News and current affairs channel RT is to seek a judicial review of the December 20th finding by UK broadcast regulator Ofcom that RT had broken broadcasting rules by failing…

DEG adds DTC Alliance

Trade body DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group is pioneering a new direction in media industry advocacy with the formation of the DTC Alliance as a subset of DEG membership. Every…

Cable industry unveils 10G vision

Cable industry unveils 10G vision

Cable industry trade bodies NCTA – The Internet & Television Association, CableLabs and Cable Europe have used the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to introduce their vision for…

Study: TAG Certification cuts Euro ad fraud 94%

The Trustworthy Accountability Group (TAG), an advertising industry initiative to fight criminal activity in the digital advertising supply chain, has released the first analysis of the effectiveness of ongoing industry…

SK Telecom, Sinclair Broadcast ATSC 3.0 JV

SK Telecom, Sinclair Broadcast ATSC 3.0 JV

Korean mobile telco SK Telecom and Sinclair Broadcast Group, one of the largest TV broadcasting companies in the US, have signed a joint venture agreement to lead the next-generation broadcasting…

Celebrity Big Brother most complained-about show

Celebrity Big Brother most complained-about show

As 2018 draws to a close, UK broadcast regulator Ofcom has released figures that indicate Celebrity Big Brother was the television programme that attracted most viewer complaints to during the…

Ofcom: RT broke broadcasting rules

Ofcom: RT broke broadcasting rules

UK broadcast regulator Ofcom has found that the RT news channel broke broadcasting rules by failing to preserve due impartiality in seven news and current affairs programmes over a six-week…

Research: Credential sharing costs millions in revenue

What has been an effective strategy for OTT video providers to win new subscribers appears to be backfiring, according to research by specialist consulting firm, Cartesian, which reveals that 27…

Alliance promotes blockchain in entertainment industry

A growing consortium of Hollywood and International entertainment companies have formed the Blockchain Global Entertainment Alliance (BGEA) with the goal to promote blockchain technology adoption for the entertainment industry and…

5G a battleground for the new Cold War

In the latest issue of Euromedia we bring our annual tour of the test and measurement landscape. As broadband capacity has increased, the emphasis has shifted from underwriting the quality…

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