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Press Releases from Media Broadcast (4 total)

MEDIA BROADCAST is selected by Media Development Authority of Singapore as techn …

DVB-T2 trial network will be launched in summer 2011 Bonn, Singapore, June 20, 2011 – MEDIA BROADCAST, a company of the TDF Group and Europe´s leading service provider to the broadcast and media industry, has been selected by the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) to conduct a DVB-T2 technical trial in the city state. This technical trial sets the groundwork to enable free-to-air digital terrestrial TV reception using the trendsetting

MEDIA BROADCAST provides transmission services using Next Generation Network and …

MEDIA BROADCAST provides transmission services using Next Generation Network and SNG for the live HDTV broadcast of the Women’s Football World Cup 2011 • Utilisation of Next Generation Network (NGN) for IP-based signal transmission and linking of the stadiums with the IBCC • Mobile production, broadcast and backup services using SNG fleet • Drawing on the successful broadcast of the 2006 and 2010 Football World Cups Bonn, June 14, 2011 – MEDIA BROADCAST, Europe‘s leading full service

Next Generation Network expanded

MEDIA BROADCAST connects its NGN platform with international telecommunications network node in Frankfurt Bonn, 25 March 2009 – MEDIA BROADCAST has now connected its BROADCAST NGN (Next Generation Network) with the international telecommunications network node from ancotel, operator of the biggest data and telecommunications node in Europe. The NGN, which was conceived by MEDIA BROADCAST as an all-in-one network, is available throughout Germany and provides uncompromising service to radio,

DVB-T available in almost all of Germany

MEDIA BROADCAST completes the upgrade to digital terrestrial television. Bonn, December 10, 2008 – MEDIA BROADCAST upgraded its terrestrial TV transmitter networks in Germany to DVB-T (digital video broadcasting terrestrial) within 5 years between 2003 and 2008. The company thereby completed the digitization process two years earlier than determined by the German federal government. As of the end of 2008, more than 90 percent of the population, i.e., 74 million