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SB approves three spec revisions and improved workplan

A new layout for the DVB workplan provides more detail and clarity. Read More

HDR Dynamic Mapping added to audiovisual coding specs

The new solutions allow a receiver, such as a TV set, to adapt a High Dynamic Range video signal to the characteristics of the display. Read More

Subsidy to accelerate Italy's DVB-T2 transition

Italian citizens will be able to obtain a €50 discount on devices compatible with DVB-T2, MPEG-4 and HEVC. Read More

DVB announces two new Members

DVB has welcomed nine new Members in 2019. Kineton and InterDigital are the latest to join. Read More

DVB at the heart of Europe's TV future

A recent ITU workshop provided ample evidence that DVB will continue to play a key role in Europe's TV landscape, both for broadcast and broadband delivery. Read More

Update to CI Plus extensions published by ETSI

ETSI has published TS 103 205 V1.4.1, including the addition of a new overt watermarking feature. Read More

Six new DVB Members confirmed

Digital UK, EASii IC, Mytech,, Synamedia and WideNorth have all joined the DVB Project Read More

Egypt to launch DVB-T2 within weeks

Hosting the 2019 African Cup of Nations has served as a catalyst for the service launch. Read More

Sisvel to proceed with DVB-SIS patent pool

The companies involved hope for a speedy completion of the pool. Read More

Making the case for standards-based OTT at NAB 2019

Visit the DVB booth in the Connected Media | IP Zone to hear about progress with DVB-I. Read More

Next Generation Audio webinar now online

There are three NGA systems included in DVB's guidelines for the use of audio and video coding. Read More

5G, OTT and Irish melodies round off DVB World 2019

The annual conference attracted more than 200 delegates to Dublin this year. Read More