Smart TV vulnerabilities addressed

Smart TV vulnerabilities addressed

At its 85th meeting, the DVB Steering Board approved updates to TS 102 809 “Signaling and carriage of interactive applications and services in Hybrid broadcast/broadband environments” introducing an authentication mechanism to help prevent ‘Man in the Middle’ attacks...
RMIT ABC Fact Check relaunched

RMIT ABC Fact Check relaunched

RMIT University and ABC News have partnered to relaunch award-winning news service Fact Check, to be based in Melbourne at the University’s new state-of-the-art Media Precinct. From March, RMIT ABC Fact Check will once again test and adjudicate on the accuracy of...

Eutelsat hits new milestone of 1,000 HD channels

HD pace accelerates across Eutelsat video neighbourhoods 240 new channels in 2016 represents ↗30% growth High Definition TV continues to gain ground across the broadcast satellites operated by Eutelsat Communications (NYSE Euronext Paris: ETL) with the 240 HD channels...
Celebro Media offers news broadcasters free trial

Celebro Media offers news broadcasters free trial

London-based Celebro Media are in trials with a new type of HD OB Vehicle. On Monday 20th February the studio and facilities company is offering a free trial to all broadcasters. The new truck will be outside the UK Parliament at College Green (right) for planned...
Hum Network joins the AIB

Hum Network joins the AIB

AIB welcomes Hum Network as first Member in Pakistan National and international broadcaster set to benefit from full range of AIB services The Association for International Broadcasting, the trade association for television, radio and online, is pleased to announce...

CCTV rebrands in new global push

CCTV has disappeared as a brand from China’s consumer-facing international TV channels, replaced by a new name: China Global Television Network (CGTN). Overnight on 30 December, CCTV’s English, Arabic, Spanish, Russian and French channels were rebranded...