Connected TV is the term generally used by the television industry to describe a product or service that combines ‘traditional’ broadcast digital television with new services, applications and programming such as Catch-up TV and Video on Demand (VoD) delivered via broadband.
The digital switchover was rolled out on a region-by-region basis across the UK. It began in late 2007 with Copeland in Cumbria and was completed in October 2012 in Northern Ireland.
DVB-T2 is the new digital TV system that the UK is introducing to bring you high definition TV through your TV aerial.
A simple guide to what those digital TV logos and combinations of 720, 1080, p and i actually mean.