DVB-T stands for Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial
DVB-T stands for Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial and is the open standard for broadcasting digital video by the means of transmitters. Television reception always and everywhere, even in a driving car: digital television on air has attractive assets. A small antenna, being built in or not in the television set, will do for reception.
In Flanders and Brussels, the television and radio broadcasts of the public broadcaster are already broadcasted through DVB-T. The broadcasts of VRT één, canvas and Ketnet/Op12 can be freely received. In februari 2010 Norkring signed an agreement with Telenet. Teletenne is the commercial package and contains following TV channels: Eén, Canvas, Ketnet/Op12, Vijf TV, VT4, Acht, National Geographic, MTV, Kanaal Z, Nickelodeon, Njam, Studio 100 en Ment TV.