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The June 2017 issue of EBU tech-i magazine includes the launch of DVB-T2 in Germany, RTBF's new production system and advice on data privacy for media organizations.
This document is Part 3 of the EBU-TT series. It specifies how to use EBU-TT for the production and contribution of live subtitles. This is version 1.0.
This document contains the formal definitions for metadata elements that can be used within EBU‑TT documents to describe characteristics of the contained subtitle data, thus facilitating interchange between users of an EBU‑TT document.
This is the specification of an XML based archiving and interchange format for EBU-TT subtitles. Version 1.2 provides continued alignment with the related EBU-TT specs. Note that the EBU-TT mettadata has been moved to EBU-TT part M.
This report introduces Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality as they might be embraced by Public Service Media.
This reports the tests, methodologies, results and the conclusions drawn from subjective assessments of UHD TV, including HDR contents as displayed by both HDR and SDR panels.
This document identifies a set of service requirements for representative use cases concerning 3GPP-based television distribution.
The March 2017 issue of tech-i includes FM switch-off in Norway, the launch of the EBU Multi-CDN pilot and the PEACH personalization project.
This report summarizes studies published over the last three years (2014 - 2016) on the possibility of delivering terrestrial television using LTE eMBMS instead of DTT.
PPDR (Public Protection and Disaster Relief) equipment manufacturers and users want to use part of the 700 MHz band to deploy dedicated PPDR networks in order to benefit from the LTE technology developed in the same band.