Satellite TV Providers in the US
Satellite TV providers distribute TV programs on a subscription or fee basis through direct broadcast satellites. The industry has struggled with intense competition from online streaming services, fueling a decline in subscriber rates. As a result, revenue is expected to fall over the five years to 2019. However, new networks, increased channel options and bonus features have somewhat tempered this decline, as operators have been able to charge higher rates to existing customers. The growing availability of online content, along with an expanding market for connected devices such as mobile phones and tablets, will continue to pose a threat to traditional TV moving forward. Consequently, the future success of major players will be contingent on them developing ways to retain and attract subscribers. IBISWorld forecasts that revenue will continue to decline over the five years to 2024.
Companies in this industry distribute TV programs on a subscription or fee basis through direct broadcast satellites. The industry also includes multipoint distribution system operators that deliver wireless TV programming using ground stations. However, these companies operate in rural areas and have a negligible effect on industry performance. This industry excludes broadcast TV networks and other satellite telecommunications providers.
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