Canadian Consumer TV Services Forecast, 2022–2026

Canadian Consumer TV Services Forecast, 2022–2026

This IDC study examines the forecast for Canadian consumer TV services subscribers and revenue. It also addresses the factors shaping the market as well as the key drivers and inhibitors underlying the forecast."As pandemic-related restrictions wane, so do the benefits that TV service providers had on account of stay-at-home restrictions," says Manish Nargas, research manager, IDC's Consumer and Mobile research. "TV service providers will have to remain mindful of the downward pressures on traditional TV service on account of record high global inflation, especially as consumers reevaluate their 'new' needs as Canadians navigate to yet another everyday reality. Service providers should create longer-term strategies leveraging future capabilities of their technologies in order to make their offerings stickier, even if they need to sacrifice some of today's revenue."

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IDC Market Forecast Figure
Executive Summary
Advice for Technology Suppliers
Market Forecast
Market Context
Drivers and Inhibitors
Drivers
Continued Rollout of Next-Generation TV Service
Application-Based BDUs Availability
Inhibitors
Reallocation of Household Spend: Post-Pandemic Priorities Shifting
Rural Internet Availability + OTT Video Offerings
Inflation = Price Sensitivity
Significant Market Developments
Changes from Prior Forecast
Market Definition
TV Services
TV Everywhere
Glossary
Methodology
Difficulty Reconciling Forecasts with CRTC Market Data
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