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.
LG plans to unveil its new smart TV platform WebOS 2.0 at CES 2015, which will build on the key features found on current generation smart TVs.
LG's previous smart TV operating system WebOS was designed to provide a simple and intuitive user interface, distinct from what LG believed was an 'overly complex' smart TV marketplace. WebOS 2.0 follows on from this, with developments that LG says will create an even simpler and more seamless user experience.
UK communications regulator Ofcom has published details of DTG Testing research into the effects of White Space wireless networks on popular digital TV receivers.
Ofcom commissioned DTG Testing to discover if digital terrestrial television (DTT) equipment can function alongside proposed White Space wireless networking devices.
The DTG has joined the Digital Accessibility Alliance set up by the government to improve access to digital services for disabled and older people.
Through the DTG Accessibility Group, the DTG will work with government departments, regulators, local government, business and the not for profit sector to promote universal access for citizens to digital services.