11 results.

  1. 15-01-1997 Heraldplace PLC incorporated

    Heraldplace PLC (later to become British Digital Broadcasting PLC) is incorporated.
  2. 23-01-1997 Heraldplace PLC renamed to British Digital Broadcasting PLC

    Heraldplace PLC is renamed to British Digital Broadcasting PLC (later to become ONdigital PLC).

  3. 24-01-1997 S4C Digital Networks LTD incorporated

    S4C Digital Networks LTD (later to become SDN LTD) is incorporated.

  4. 31-01-1997 DTT multiplex licence applications deadline

    Applications for digital terrestrial television multiplex licences had to be submitted to the Independent Television Commission before 12.00pm on this day. Applications were received by: British Digital Broadcasting PLC (BDB), Digital Television Network Limited (DTN), Digital 3 and 4 Limited, and S4C Digital Networks Limited (SDN).

  5. 31-01-1997 Carlton, Granada, and BSkyB form British Digital Broadcasting

    Carlton Communications PLC, Granada Group PLC and British Sky Broadcasting Group PLC announce the formation of a new joint company, British Digital Broadcasting PLC, which has today applied to operate three digital terrestrial television licences. Each shareholder will own one third of the new company.

  6. 28-02-1997 Digital terrestrial - television of the future

    Michael Green, Chairman of Carlton Communications Plc and British Digital Broadcasting PLC, was speaking at the 15th FT New Media and Broadcasting Conference in London today.

  7. 24-06-1997 ITC announces decision to award multiplex service licences for digital terrestrial television

    The ITC announced today it has decided to award each of Multiplex Service Licences B, C and D to British Digital Broadcasting PLC, which, following the withdrawal of BSkyB, will be jointly owned by Carlton Communications and Granada Group.

  8. 24-06-1997 Multi channel television for all

    British Digital Broadcasting today welcomed the decision by the Independent Television Commission to award the company three digital terrestrial television licences.

  9. 05-08-1997 British Digital Broadcasting announces £200 million transmission plans

    British Digital Broadcasting (BDB) has selected Castle Transmission International (CTI) to supply its transmission and distribution services. Test transmissions are planned for the end of this year.

  10. 04-11-1997 British Digital Broadcasting's set-top box

    British Digital Broadcasting (BDB) is today inviting manufacturers to tender for substantial initial orders for its set-top box.

  11. 19-12-1997 British Digital Broadcasting granted licences

    British Digital Broadcasting was granted today three licences to broadcast Digital Terrestrial Television throughout the United Kingdom. The licences are for an initial 12 years, renewable for a further 12. During this time the government is likely to switch off the analogue signal. The ITC's decision follows the European Commission's clearance of the joint venture between Carlton and Granada, who each own 50 per cent of British Digital Broadcasting (BDB).