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.
The DTG has given the UK digital terrestrial TV industry the tools to support Freeview Play and manage the Ofcom-announced 700MHz clearance with the launch of D-Book 8.
The 2015 revision of the D-Book also includes support for potential future HEVC broadcasts, a new method to deliver software updates via broadband, smart retuning, and hundreds of minor updates to maintain the interoperability requirements of the DTT platforms.
Ireland's public broadcaster RTE has launched its content internationally in an app that targets the hundreds of thousands of Irish people living abroad.
RTE Player International provides a new online television offering for the Irish Diaspora with 500 hours of free and paid-for Irish television content, including just-aired television, box sets and collections of some of Ireland's most popular shows.
Channel 4 will launch its rebranded digital platform All 4 to host linear channels, catch-up and on-demand services on 30 March on iPad, iPhone and desktop.
The platform, which will replace the existing platform 4oD, for the first time allows users to stream video from Channel 4 to their mobiles over 3G or 4G.