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DVB moves towards Targeted Advertising specification

With a draft specification to follow the identification of Commercial Requirements, first implementations are anticipated for 2020. Read More

Momentum gathers for DVB-T2 in West Africa

Benin, Burkina Faso, Ghana and Niger are among the countries at the forefront of digital switch-over. Read More

Ken McCann hands over the TM-AVC reins

Ken McCann has stepped down after 25 years chairing TM-AVC, handing over to Virginie Drugeon. Read More

DVB World 2018 programme published

Registration has opened for DVB World 2018, taking place in Warsaw, 12-14 March. Read More

Honorary Fellowship for Nick Wells

Former TM chair recognised for his leadership of the DVB-T2 specification. Read More

DVB completes current generation of specifications for UHDTV services

Important revisions and updates for DVB UHD services over IP-based networks and bitmap subtitling for UHDTV. Read More

Revised DVB workplan approved by SB

Revision 5 of the workplan includes ABR Multicast and Targeted Advertising. Read More

Strong focus on technical know-how at Jo'burg workshop

A joint DVB, EBU and BNE workshop was attended by 170 delegates from across Africa. Read More

New DTT implementation data for Members

DVB Members now have exclusive access to research on the status of digital terrestrial television implementation. Read More

TM wraps up current crop of DVB UHD specs

The DVB Technical Module (TM) has approved important revisions and updates for three DVB specifications. Read More

New chair for DVB Technical Module

TP Vision's Jon Piesing, a long-standing contributor to DVB's work, is the new chair of the TM. Read More

DTT making great strides in Africa

As more and more African nations make the digital transition, DVB is supporting a capacity-building workshop in Jo'burg. Read More