TV-Anytime News

The 2017 maintenance phase is now complete.  TV-Anytime part 3-1 (ts 102 822 3-1) version 1.10 has now been published by ETSI end of September 2017.

The TV-Anytime specifications and schemas are available from this page and from ETSI (www.ETSI.org).

The Nordic countries have now agreed on using TV-Anytime as the common data format for exchanging EPG and on-demand metadata. This is excellent news.

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If you want to know more about TV-Anytime, you are invited to read the following book from Alberto Gil and Rafael Sotelo from the University of Vigo..

Title: "TV-Anytime: paving the way for personalized TV"

Authors: Alberto Gil and Rafael Sotelo

Ed. Springer

http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-642-36766-3/page/1

http://www.amazon.com/TV-Anytime-Paving-Way-Personalized-TV/dp/3642367674

Articles

https://decipherconsultancy.wordpress.com/2015/01/23/three-little-words-that-mean-three-very-different-things-for-tv/

 

Coming soon!

See EBU-TT @ IBC

EBUCore v.1.6 is now online!

EBU-TT subtitling goes live

EBU tech-i magazine, Issue 23 tells you how you can produce smarter, introduces future broadcasting architectures, dives into the use of the 700 MHz band, explains how hackers have become 'smart', and more...

EBU tech-i magazine, issue 22 explains why Video did NOT kill radio and what the future of radio will be like. And there is more, including Cross-Platform Authentication and a look at the state of loudness normalisation in Europe.

Issue 20 of tech-i includes news on newsrooms, addresses the question if FTA TV is dead, takes a look at MPEG MMT, provides a profile of the new EBU TC chairman Egon Verharen (NPO) and features two articles explaining what UHDTV will offer. And there is more...

Issue 17 of tech-i  looks at UHDTV, with SVT's Per Björkman on the UHD equation, Hans Hoffmann on UHD technology parameters, David Wood on high frame rates, and a report on the recent shoot of the Eurovision Young Dancers.

Issue 12 of tech-i includes a look back at February's RadioHack workshops, a look forward to the Libre Software Meeting where the EBU is organizing sessions on Free and Open Source Software for media, introductions to the IMPS programme, EBUCore and MPEG-DASH, plus an update on follow-up actions from WRC-12. David Wood weighs up digital radio options and HRT's Kazimir Bacic is "In the spotlight".

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