Broadcast Networks Europe is dedicated to maintaining an efficient and fair regulatory and operational environment for Terrestrial Broadcast Network Operators with a view to ensuring European citizens continue having universal access to a broad range of TV and radio programs and content as well as other over-the-air services.

Broadcast Networks Europe Welcomes New Chairman Arnaud Lucaussy

July 2nd, 2020

Arnaud Lucaussy was elected Chairman of Broadcast Networks Europe, effective July 1st 2020. He succeeds Josep Ventosa (Cellnex Telecom) who during his 3 year tenure led the association’s preparation for a successful WRC-19, in a period of strong transition for terrestrial broadcast networks and services. Many European countries have developed ambitious plans for innovation and are investing in further development of Digital Terrestrial Television and Radio broadcasting.

Arnaud Lucaussy is the Secretary General of TDF, one of the founding members of the association which now gathers European broadcast network operators active in 19 European countries.

 “It is an honour for me to represent the 17 broadcast network operators of the association and I am committed to promoting the relevance and modernity of digital terrestrial television and radio in Europe throughout my chairmanship. The Covid-19 crisis has shown how essential, popular and universal radio and TV are for European citizens.”

 


Terrestrial Broadcasting & Covid-19 : Here when it counts

May 8th, 2020

In the best of times as well as the worst, DTT is key for European citizens.

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#LiveSafeFreeDTT


Tunisia: an early adopter of DTT in Africa

March 16th, 2020

Since DTT’s commercial roll-out in 2009, Tunisia has seen emerge 10 TV channels, 23 radios (including 18 DAB radio stations), lots of local content and jobs.

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Reviewing DTT uses, innovation and investments at Forum Europe’s 5G conference

February 1st, 2020

What’s next after WRC-19? Jaume Pujol’s take at Forum Europe’s 5G conference on 29-30 January.

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Innovation and popularity key to DTT’s ongoing success

January 16th, 2020

See how innovation culture keeps Europe’s media landscape healthy and brings 250 million European viewers quality content and joy.

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An animated message from the DTT Promotion and Monitoring Group

October 30th, 2019

Click here to see how digital terrestrial television serves 90% of the world’s population and is providing great value to society. It is developing globally and needs legal certainty for this to continue.


BNE: a common voice for broadcast network operators

September 20th, 2019

In the partner profiles series, EBU invites partner organizations to introduce their mission and Priorities. Lars Backlund provides this profile of  BNE.

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DTT in Kenya: more content, more jobs and a digital dividend

September 15th, 2019

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Delivering a European roadmap for the reassignment of the 700MHz band – What is the State of Play?

September 13th, 2018

On a panel shared with the ANFR, the APWPT and Analysis Mason at the Spectrum Management Conference, BNE showcased the efforts made by broadcast network operators, broadcasters and consumers to implement the 700 MHz clearance in time for the EU stated deadlines.

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For Lars Backlund’s full presentation please click here.  (See session 7 of Day 2).


BNE Responds to the Public consultation on the RSPG Opinion on WRC-19

July 20th, 2018

As the trade organisation for terrestrial broadcast network operators for TV and radio in Europe, BNE welcomed the opportunity to respond to the public consultation. It remains fully committed to the common European strategy on the UHF band agreed in 2017 : opening the 700 MHz band for mobile and confirming the allocation of 470-694 MHz to broadcasting as a primary service until at least 2030. This is also consistent with the long-term strategy defined by the RSPG, which earmarks the band for European audiovisual distribution services beyond 2030 and gives 20 European countries the long term regulatory visibility they require.