BDB

(redirected from British Digital Broadcasting)
AcronymDefinition
BDBBlack Dagger Brotherhood (romance series)
BDBBund Deutscher Baumeister (German: Association of German Architects)
BDBBundesverband Deutscher Banken (association of German banks)
BDBBillion Dollar Brows (cosmetics; Chino, CA)
BDBBerkeley Database
BDBBeos Debugger
BDBBerkeley Data Base
BDBBuffered Data Bus
BDBBackup Data Base
BDBBorland Data Base
BDBBadly Drawn Boy (musician)
BDBBrown-Driver-Briggs (Hebrew lexicon)
BDBBeyond Design Basis (nuclear safety)
BDBBalance des Blancs (French: Balance of Whites; photography)
BDBBritish Digital Broadcasting
BDBBundesverband der Berufsbetreuer /-Innen (German)
BDBBig Dumb Booster (large rocket)
BDBBrachydactyly, Type B
BDBBundesverband Deutscher Briefmarkenversteigerer
BDBBanque de Bretagne (French: Bank of Brittany; Brittany, France)
BDBBagneres de Bigorre
BDBBlue Devils B (California Drum and Bugle Corps)
BDBBring Dat Booty
BDBBremgarten Dietikon Bahn (Germany)
BDBBlack Dyke Band
BDBBiodynamics Data Bank (United States)
BDBBonaventura Di Bello (Italian IF Writer)
BDBBase Development Board
BDBBattery Distribution Bay (Pirelli)
BDBBi-Directional Bending (structural element)
BDBBackdoor Boys (band)
BDBBrain Dead Baseline
BDBMicrosoft Works Data Base (file extension)
BDBBidirectional Data Buffer
BDBBoeuf De Boeuf
BDBBollocks Discussion Board (French anime forum)
BDBBounded-Delay-Encodable Block-Decodable
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In November, ITV network companies Granada and Carlton are due to launch a 15-channel digital terrestrial service, British Digital Broadcasting.
British Digital Broadcasting is owned by Carlton and Granada.
British Digital Broadcasting hopes to win three of the remaining three and a half multiplexes.
And they may be unable to change services - because three different types of adaptor have been developed, for satellite, cable and British Digital Broadcasting signals.
And British Digital Broadcasting predicts it will make money if it can sign up just two million subscribers to its terrestrial service.
Competitor British Digital Broadcasting, owned by the best of rivals, Granada and Carlton, intends to be on air by the end of the year.
The company - British Digital Broadcasting - are bidding for half of the terrestial digital channels on offer.
Carlton, a broadcaster and producer of pre-recorded videocassettes for Hollywood studios, also owns half of British Digital Broadcasting (BDB), a digital terrestrial TV venture with Granada Group.
The contract is from British Digital Broadcasting, the joint venture between Carlton and Granada Television.
The spat between BSkyB and Carlton adds to the doubts about the prospects for British Digital Broadcasting, the digital terrestrial joint venture between Carlton and Granada which is due to go on air with 15 channels by the end of this year, including product supplied by BSkyB.
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