03.10.2010 11:33 AM
Freeview NZ adopts MHEG interaction channel for hybrid services

IMPALA, the International MHEG Promotion Alliance, has announced that Freeview NZ — established by New Zealand's leading broadcasters including TVNZ, TVWorks (owners of TV3 and C4), Maori Television Service and Radio New Zealand — has adopted the MHEG Interaction Channel (MHEG-IC) from the D-book 6.1 as part of an upgrade to its MHEG country profile that will allow hybrid services to be provided.



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