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21 Dec 2012
Disney and BBC to keynote PTS 2013 
Howard Lukk and Richard Smith will be the keynote speakers for January's EBU Project Technology Seminar, setting the tone for this key annual event.
21 Dec 2012
Why High Frame Rates are hot 
With Peter Jackson's The Hobbit generating lots of interest in High Frame Rates, a new EBU video explains how they help to deliver a better viewing experience.
21 Dec 2012
39 countries to take part in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest 
Thirty-nine public broadcasters have confirmed their participation in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in Malmö, Sweden, on 14, 16 and 18 May.
20 Dec 2012
Great strides for Hybrid TV but regulatory challenges remain 
EBU representatives participated in this week's Hybrid TV symposium in Paris, where delegates heard about the challenges and opportunities for these new services.
19 Dec 2012
Bringing EBU subtitles to the Timed Text era 
A new guide will help broadcasters to convert the huge number of STL files in the archives to the modern new EBU-TT format.
17 Dec 2012
EBU leads on LED light tests 
The EBU project group on LED lights has produced a recommendation that will help broadcasters to address a potentially expensive problem.
12 Dec 2012
DigiTAG takes up the global fight for terrestrial broadcasting 
At it's General Assembly hosted by the EBU today, DigiTAG announced a renewed mission and a global scope for its activities in future.
11 Dec 2012
PLOUD made LUFS in Vienna 
A well-attended EBU PLOUD meeting in Austria considered Loudness normalization for radio and some problems that have arisen in TV implementation.
News - 10 Dec 2012
Converging newsrooms: resistance is futile 
Breaking down resistance is the key to success in the essential process of merging broadcasters’ newsrooms, according to speakers and participants at an EBU Network & Learn event, which opened Monday....
07 Dec 2012
Big screen on the scene at the General Assembly 
An 84" LCD television was on display at the EBU this week, giving General Assembly delegates a chance to see UHD-1 content firsthand.