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A new website – now online at dvb-i.tv – aims to provide clear information about the benefits of implementing DVB-I, along with links to useful resources. More content will be added over the coming months. Feedback from Members and non-members alike is most welcome! > Visit dvb-i.tv… Read More
The DVB Project is pleased to welcome two new Members: EasyBroadcast and ZDF. EasyBroadcast Headquartered in Nantes, France, and with offices in Paris and San Francisco, EasyBroadcast provides an end-to-end OTT streaming solution enabling the reliable delivery of high-quality video and audio content over the internet or private networks. Read More
The DVB Project has approved commercial requirements for DVB-I service support over 5G networks and systems. Work has already commenced in DVB’s Technical Module to provide extensions to the relevant existing specifications – including DVB-I service discovery and DVB-DASH – to address the use cases and requirements collected and… Read More
Commercial requirements approved for the addition of new video codecs to the DVB toolbox. The DVB Project has endorsed commercial requirements for next generation video codecs to pave the way for advanced 4K and 8K services. Work will now commence to investigate the technical compliance of the candidate codecs… Read More
DVB is pleased to announce two new Members: the German public broadcasting organization ARD and the set-top box manufacturer EKT. ARD The ARD – the long form of which translates as the “Association of Public Broadcasting Corporations in the Federal Republic of Germany” – is composed of nine self-governed… Read More
The DVB Project has today issued a Request for Proposals for the development and validation of a skeleton DVB-I Central Service List Registry (CSR). Proposals must be submitted to the DVB Project Office by 09:00 CEST on Friday 30 July 2021. Click to download the Request for Proposals (PDF)… Read More
The Turkish company ASELSAN has become a Member of the DVB Project. ASELSAN Based in Ankara, ASELSAN is a defence electronics company whose product portfolio includes communication systems for military and public safety, space technologies, navigation and avionic systems, transportation, security, traffic, automation and medical systems. The company dedicates… Read More
Last week’s webinar on the forthcoming Native IP solution from DVB set out an inspiring vision for future media delivery: a file-based, IP-delivered video system leveraging broadcast networks to reach smart TVs and set-top boxes, but also any IP-connected device, via IP gateways in homes and businesses. Following an… Read More
The continued evolution of the CI Plus family of specifications is opening new horizons for pay-TV operators and consumers alike. That was one of the key takeaways from this week’s DVB webinar titled When USB meets Pay-TV – an update on CI Plus. In particular, the new USB form… Read More
DVB is pleased to welcome two new Members to the organization: Netflix and TCL. Netflix Netflix is one of the world’s leading entertainment services with 204 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. The… Read More
The number of registrations for today’s webinar on Targeted Advertising surpassed any previous DVB webinar, showing clearly that this is a topic of great interest for the industry. It was the second of a two-part series, presented in collaboration with the HbbTV Association, aiming to explain how Targeted Advertising (TA)… Read More
In January 2021, we learned that DVB’s work on common encryption was to be recognized with a Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award. To mark this honour, we invited some of those who were involved in the commercial and technical work that led to SimulCrypt to share their memories of… Read More