Hybrid broadcast broadband TV (HbbTV) is a European digital TV standard and has transformed into a global initiative in the last five years. The end goal is to harmonise the broadcast and broadband delivery of entertainment services to consumers through connected TV’s, set-top-boxes and multiscreen devices. This specification is based on elements of existing standards and a variety of web technologies.
The primary goal of HbbTV is to enhance the video user experience for consumers, this global initiative provides users with a whole host of interactive services via broadcast and broadband networks. HbbTV features incorporate existing specifications from other standards including OIPF, CEA, DVB, MPEG-DASH and W3C.
Catch up TV
Video on demand
HbbTV has been deployed in over 36 countries and powers a total of 44 million devices worldwide. There is a reason why this global initiative is used so widely and that is because of the wide range of benefits that it provides.
HbbTV is not only a global initiative, but it is also an industry standard. It is based on elements of existing standards and web technologies including OIPF, CEA, DVB, MPEG-DASH and W3C.
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