Leading the evolution of television

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.

Nominate your industry favourites to win a DTG 20th Anniversary CollaborVation Award at the DTG Summit on May 12th—and win bubbly!

NOMINATE YOUR AWARD CHOICES BY APRIL 24TH

The DTG is celebrating our 20th anniversary with awards for three companies or organisations which embody the DTG's spirit of Partnership, Innovation and Collaboration—and we would like YOU to help us find them.

HDR for Sony's top TVs and UKIP to decriminalise TV Licence dodging and 4k Netflix natural history in the DTG daily news round-up

SONY CONFIRMS HDR UPGRADE FOR UHD FLAGSHIP TVS

High Dynamic Range—in some form—is coming to Sony's 2015 flagship 4k screens via a firmware upgrade this summer.

The incoming X93C and X94C 4k Ultra HD TVs will be ready for HDR content from Amazon, Netflix and on 4k Blu-rays when they arrive towards the end of the year, says Inside CI.

Who will win the battle for OTT TV supremacy? Find out at the DTG Summit 2015: Driving Global CollaborVation on May 12th

Broadcasters, platforms, services, and devices—they've all proliferated in the explosion of OTT streaming video services, but who will come out on top?

Join us on May 12th at Kings Place, London, for the DTG Summit on Driving Global CollaborVation to hear what Guy North (managing director of Freeview), David Cutts (managing director of S&T), Hans Van Rijn (VP of Digital and Business Development at Discovery Networks International) and Matthew Huntington (CTO of Freesat) have to say about 'Who will win in OTT?'.