DVB-T in Norway

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In 2007, Norway got it's first digital terrestrial tv-network, DVB-T. The operator, Norges televisjon (NTV), chose to use H.264 and HE-AAC to support more channels than if using MPEG2.

MythTV can record and playback the Freeview broadcasts from NRK and can also use the 7 day EPG.