This report delivers careful analysis and looks into the future of satellite TV broadcasting – at a time when this market that accounts for 78% of satellite service revenue is having to contend with a series of threats. Starting with an exploration of the key trends that are upsetting the TV and video broadcasting market, this report provides answers to the following questions: How prominent will satellite be in the global TV broadcasting market, worldwide and in each region? What are TV distributors’ core strategies? What TV and video supply strategies do we expect to see from media companies in emerging regions and in mature TV markets? What are the main sources of growth for satellite operators in each of these regions? What is satellite’s long-term market potential? This report also provides readers with figures for the growth scenario that IDATE deems most likely up to 2017 – on both market volume (number of SD/HD/UHD/3D channels and capacity needed to broadcast them, number of satellite repeaters) and revenue.
Africa-Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, North America
audiovisual offerings, catch-up TV, DTH, DTH platforms, linear TV channels, media players, multi-screen, on-demand services, on-demand TV services, on-demand video services, OTT players, OTT services, pay-TV, personal TV, satellite capacity, satellite industry, satellite industry revenues, satellite operators, satellite television, satellite TV, second screen, smartphones, SVOD, tablets, terrestrial TV, TV broadcasting, TV consumption, TV distribution, TV market, TV offerings, TV strategies, video consumption, video distribution, video strategies, VOD
This study includes:
- a report
- a PowerPoint presentation