The DTG is the centre for collaboration at the heart of the digital TV industry. More than 125 companies are members of the DTG, and collectively we drive innovation and growth in the television and technology sectors.
We're the only impartial space of its kind in the UK, and the joint expertise from DTG Members continues to define the technologies that make the UK a world-leading TV industry and ensure market interoperability.
Ofcom have released their 2015/2016 Annual Plan, setting out priorities and work programmes for the year from 1st April 2015 until 31st March 2016. The document provides an early opportunity for those with an interest in Ofcom's work to comment on strategic approaches and purposes, and to suggest any activities that should be a part of them. Ofcom promise to consult on the full draft proposals in December 2014.
High Road House, 162 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 1PR
5.30pm—8.30pm, Monday 13 October 2014
If you are an SME or start-up with an innovative product in the TV space then this free evening event is for you.
The event will offer chosen companies a series of one-to-one sessions with major organisations from across the TV value chain including Samsung, Arqiva and the Digital TV Group. The speed networking format has been designed to help connect start-ups and SMEs with larger commercial partners to fuel understanding and enable partnerships. We have 15 places available for the most innovative digital companies working in this space.
The Digital TV Group (DTG) the industry association for digital TV in the UK, has today released a White Paper report at the International Broadcasting Convention, Amsterdam covering five of the most exciting developments in the TV industry.
The report covers ultra-high definition, video-to-mobile, spectrum management, connected TV, and digital terrestrial television; and contains expert opinion, analysis and insight from senior DTG staff that are realising the benefits of innovations in these areas through the DTG's working groups, membership and the wider industry.