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The number of homes receiving DTT signals will more than double between 2013 and 2018 – by reaching 553 million. The number of primary DTT homes (those not subscribing to cable, IPTV or satellite TV and using DTT on their main set) will also double over the same period – to 380 million in 2018.
Therefore, 173 million homes (31% of the DTT total) will only watch DTT signals on secondary sets (in the bedroom or the kitchen, for example) by 2018; up from 64 million (30% of the DTT total) at end-2012.
More than a third of the world’s TV households will receive DTT signals by 2018; up from only 15% at end-2012. From this total, nearly a quarter will be primary DTT homes by 2018; up from a tenth in 2012.
Published in July 2013, this 80-page PDF-delivered report forecasts digital terrestrial TV (DTT) and provides market intelligence for 97 countries from 2012 to 2018.
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