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Pay TV revenues in the Middle East and North Africa will grow by more than 83% between 2010 and 2020 to $5.60 billion, according to a new report from Digital TV Research.
The Digital TV Middle East & North Africa Forecasts report states that Turkey and Israel are expected to contribute 52% of the region’s pay TV revenues in 2020 total. From the $1,490 million pay TV revenues to be added between 2013 and 2020, Turkey will supply $359 million, Egypt $362 million and Saudi Arabia $257 million. Revenues in Israel will fall by $56 million over this period due to greater competition.
Satellite TV will continue to dominate pay TV revenues, taking two-thirds of the 2020 total (similar to the 2013 proportion). Satellite TV revenues will reach $3.74 billion in 2020, up by $1 billion on 2013 and nearly double the 2010 total.
Published in January 2014, this 185-page (20% more than the last edition) electronically-delivered report comes in two parts:
• An 105-page PDF file providing punchy narrative and succinct analysis in the Executive Summary and a digital TV briefing for each of the 26 countries listed below.
• An excel workbook providing detailed forecasts from 2010 to 2020 for each of the 21 countries (with five more countries added for this edition) listed below as well as handy comparative tables for the region (please see next page for line-by-line detail of what is included in the forecasts for each country).
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