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DVB’s vision for the future of media delivery sees broadband and broadcast networks being used intelligently to ensure audiences are efficiently served with high quality content. The emergence of DVB-I is accelerating the shift to an internet-centric model, but broadcast platforms also continue to evolve, taking advantage of new codecs… Read More
The reference application for DVB-I developed by Sofia Digital has won the 2020 CSI award for Best Network Delivery Technology. The open-source application was commissioned by the DVB Project as a means of accelerating deployment of the new DVB-I specification. The awards are organized by CSI Magazine, one of… Read More
DVB’s Head of Technology will chair the International Keynote Panel at next month’s DTG Summit 2020. Emily Dubs will lead a group of global industry experts in debating how television will evolve as IP-based delivery becomes increasingly dominant. The event, titled Future Vision, is on Wednesday 7 October. You can… Read More
The European Broadcasting Union, the world’s leading alliance of public broadcasters, has launched a new working group focused on the implementation of HbbTV and DVB-I. The aim is to define and exchange best practices around these two complementary solutions. The group has already held a first gathering that was attended… Read More
DVB’s working groups on audio and video coding (AVC) this week hosted a one-day workshop focused on new video codecs. The workshop, for DVB Members only but with several guest speakers, attracted more than 140 participants. Proponents of five video different video coding solutions were invited to provide information during… Read More
You can now download the September 2020 issue of DVB Scene magazine. DVB’s new generation of internet-centric solutions for media delivery dominate the latest issue of DVB Scene. There is a report on the first DVB-I pilot service, an overview of the recently approved Commercial Requirements for a Native IP… Read More
Usually at this time of year, we would be putting the final touches to one or more demonstrations for our booth at IBC in Amsterdam. It is our key annual landmark to showcase progress with DVB specifications. This year we plan to do that at a new virtual event, planned… Read More
The Steering Board of the DVB Project has approved the membership of V-Nova. About V-Nova Based in London, V-Nova is dedicated to improving data compression through its portfolio of innovative technologies based on the use of AI and parallel processing for data, video, imaging, point cloud… Read More
The traditional social gathering on the DVB booth at IBC has always been a popular rendezvous for those who work on and with DVB specifications. This year, on what would have been the opening day of the Amsterdam event, DVB DRINKS will go ahead at the usual time, but online. Read More
The DVB Steering Board has approved the membership of Shanghai Tsingshen Technology Development Co. Ltd. The satellite operator becomes DVB’s sixth new Member for 2020 – the other companies that have joined this year are Google, SpaceBridge, Hisense, Zhuhai DingZhi Electronic Technology Co. Ltd. and Skyworth Digital. Read More
DVB has this week published two BlueBooks, one an update of the DVB-I Service Discovery specification and the other a recommendation on how PAPR reduction techniques in DVB-T2 should be interpreted. Both BlueBooks are available from the Specification Library. A177 Rev.1 DVB BlueBook A177 is the specification for… Read More
The webinar series that replaced the cancelled DVB World 2020 conference kicked off with a very well-attended session on the newly approved DVB-MABR specification. While that webinar provided a technical overview of the specification itself, a second one this Friday will focus instead on the business case for adaptive bit-rate… Read More