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Digital TV Research Ltd specializes in business intelligence specifically for the television industry. Our firm is flexible, cutting edge, and reacts swiftly to cover new trends and technologies.

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  • Extensive experience and contacts within the global TV industry
  • Five year forecasts for the latest television developments: By country and by technology
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105 Reports from Digital TV Research

   
  • Sub-Saharan Africa OTT TV and Video Forecasts

    ...However, this total is up by a multiple of 12 on 2016’s $52 million, according to the Sub-Saharan Africa OTT TV & Video Forecasts report. South Africa will account for 40% of the region’s revenues ... Read More

  • Global Pay TV Revenue Databook

    ...Global Pay TV Revenue Databook. Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “Despite its pay TV revenues being higher in 2016 than in 2010, North America peaked in 2015. Its 2016 total was ... Read More

  • Global Pay TV Subscriber Databook

    ...According to the Global Pay TV Subscriber Databook, digital cable TV created the most additions by platform – at 256 million between 2010 and 2016. However, analog cable TV lost 218 million subscribers; dampening overall ... Read More

  • Netflix Forecasts

    ...will exceed US ones by early 2018. North America and Western Europe will together supply 72% of Netflix’s total subscriber base by 2022 - down from 81% in 2016. The Asia Pacific region will boast ... Read More

  • Global Pay TV Subscriber Forecasts

    ...report will increase from a collective 839 million in 2016 to 963 million by 2022. These operators took 87% of the 959 million global subscribers by end-2016, with this level expected to inch up to ... Read More

  • Global Pay TV Subscriber Forecasts

    ...additional pay TV subscribers (up by 14%) between 2016 and 2022 to 1.09 billion. Based on forecasts for 138 countries, the number of pay TV subscribers will pass the 1 billion mark in early 2018. Read More

  • Western Europe Pay TV Forecasts

    ...TV market is mature, but, unlike North America, it will still gain subscribers between 2016 and 2022. Although this only represents a 6.7% increase, it means nearly 7 million more subs to take the total ... Read More

  • Global Pay TV Revenue Forecasts

    ...billion in 2022. The Global Pay TV Revenue Forecasts report [covering 138 countries] concludes that revenues will fall in North America (by a huge $12 billion), Western Europe (down $566 million) and Eastern Europe (but ... Read More

  • Eastern Europe Pay TV Forecasts

    ...15 of the 22 countries covered in the Eastern Europe Pay TV Forecasts report between 2016 and 2022. Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “There will be a knock-on effect for the ... Read More

  • North America Pay TV Forecasts

    ...million in 2022. Although this marks a 9% decline, this does not indicate a massive cord-cutting problem. However, the number of non-pay homes will climb from 20.69 million to 41.56 million over the same period ... Read More

  • Latin America Pay TV Forecasts

    ...whereas Mexico has benefitted from strong adoption of prepaid satellite TV. Mexico will strengthen its position, taking 30% of the region’s pay TV subs by 2022, with Brazil accounting for a quarter of the total, ... Read More

  • Asia Pacific Pay TV Forecasts

    ...and India together will account for 80% of the region’s 666 million pay TV subscribers by 2022. China will add 40 million subs between 2016 and 2022, with India bringing in an extra 30 million. ... Read More

  • Middle East and North Africa Pay TV Forecasts

    ...in 2016. Five countries will contribute more than three-quarters of the region’s pay TV revenues in 2022. The number of pay TV homes will increase by nearly 5 million between 2015 and 2022 to 19.52 ... Read More

  • Sub-Saharan Africa Pay TV Forecasts

    ...satellite TV platform DStv and DTT platform GOtv by end-2016, which will grow to 17.66 million by 2022. Vivendi had 2.32 million subs to its Canal Plus satellite TV platform and Easy TV by end-2016; ... Read More

  • Global SVOD Forecasts

    ...by end-2016. The total will grow by 70 million in 2016 alone, according to the Global SVOD Forecasts report. Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “North America supplies most of these subscribers ... Read More

  • Western Europe SVOD Forecasts

    ...Western European countries will offer Amazon Prime Video by end-2017. Netflix’s share of Western European SVOD subscribers will fall from 51% in 2015 to 47% by 2021. However, Amazon’s share will grow from 14% in ... Read More

  • Eastern Europe SVOD Forecasts

    ...and 5.58 million by end-2016 – almost sextupling between 2015 and 2021. The Eastern Europe SVOD Forecasts report estimates that Russia accounted for 44% of the region’s SVOD subs in 2016, with this proportion slowly ... Read More

  • North America SVOD Forecasts

    ...is forecast to climb to 138 million by 2021. However, the North America SVOD Forecasts report only expects 117 million TV households by 2021, so the SVOD total will represent 104% of TV households. Simon ... Read More

  • Latin America SVOD Forecasts

    ...Argentina (23.5%) will have the highest penetration rates by 2021. However, penetration will only be 12.0% in Venezuela by 2021 – reflecting the country’s economic and political woes. The Latin America SVOD Forecasts report (covering ... Read More

  • Asia Pacific SVOD Forecasts

    ...will be nudging 100 million by end-2017, according to the Asia Pacific SVOD Forecasts report. Rapid smartphone subscription growth means that China will command 47% of the 2021 total SVOD subscribers – up from 38% ... Read More

  • Middle East and Africa SVOD Forecasts

    ...by 2021. Covering 28 countries in the Middle East & Africa SVOD Forecasts report, the region will have nearly 20 million paying SVOD subscribers by 2021, up from 3.7 million expected by end-2016. Simon Murray, ... Read More

  • Global Pay TV Operator Forecasts

    ...10 operators took 42% by end-2015, according to the Global Pay TV Operator Forecasts report. Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “By end-2015, 12 operators had more than 10 million paying subscribers, ... Read More

  • Western Europe Pay TV Operator Forecasts

    ...this proportion will fall slightly - to 92% - of the region’s 105 million pay TV subscribers by 2021. Liberty Global, Sky Europe, Vodafone and Altice will jointly continue to account for half the region’s ... Read More

  • Eastern Europe Pay TV Operator Forecasts

    ...Eastern Europe’s top 64 operators will increase their subscriber bases between 2015 and 2021. Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “So 20 of the top operators will lose subscribers – or 31% ... Read More

  • North America Pay TV Operator Forecasts

    ...However, only two of the 25 operators (across 44 platforms) covered in the North America Pay TV Operator Forecasts report will increase their subscriber counts between 2015 and 2021. With satellite (DirecTV) and IPTV (U-Verse) ... Read More

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