The Service List Registry is proposing an innovative solution to the problem of regulating television and online video services, addressing requirements for the availability, prominence, and accessibility of public service media.
The Service List Registry has released its recommendations for a new Logical Channel Number plan for television and radio services in the United Kingdom.
A pilot project to evaluate the potential of the new DVB-I standard in the German television market has announced the successful completion of a first phase proof of concept.
The Service List Registry is announcing its Pilot Programme as the first phase of the international rollout of the federated audiovisual service discovery platform.
A global platform that promises to bring together audiovisual services delivered over broadcast and broadband networks has launched at DVB World in Brussels.
A new system to integrate online and broadcast audiovisual services promises to provide a coherent, consistent, and convenient user experience across different screens.