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This report presents IDATE's regularly updated vision of developments in the linear TV and Video markets in the largest global economies up to 2017: TV and OTT video access modes: Terrestrial, Cable, Satellite, IPTV, fixed and mobile Internet

Region:

Europe: Belgium,France,Germany,Hungary,Italy,Poland,Portugal,Russia,Scandinavia,Spain,Switzerland,The Netherlands,The United Kingdom - North America: Canada,USA - Latin America: Argentina,Brazil,Colombia,Mexico - Asia-Pacific: Australia,China,South Korea,India,Japan - Africa & the Middle-East: South Africa,Egypt,Turkey

Table Of Contents

Television and New Video Services - Status report (December 2013) - World TV and New Video Services Markets - State-of-the-Art - Terrestrial, satellite, cable, IPTV, DVD, Blu-Ray, VoD
1. Executive Summary 5
1.1. Key trends 6
1.2. Cable, number one purveyor of TV programming 7
1.3. Europe: a disparate landscape 8
1.4. Despite real disparities, digital TV in over 50% of homes 9
1.5. TV: top money-maker 10
1.6. Asia-Pacific overtakes Europe for the first time 11
1.7. USA: worls biggest on-demand market 12
1.8. The UK and Germany share top spot in Europe 13
1.9. Strong correlation between TV access mode and pay-TV adoption rates
2. Methodology 15
2.1. Indicators by country 16
2.2. Definitions 17
2.3. Pay-TV segmentation 19
2.4. Sources 20
3. Viewer behaviour 21
3.1. Stagnant live TV viewing 22
3.2. How much is the development of on-demand sources hurting live
programming? 23
3.3. Is the hard copy dead? 24
- - - How we will watch TV in future 25
4. Audiovisual services access modes 26
4.1. The television set: still the most popular way to watch TV 27
4.2. TV access worldwide 28
4.3. Is cord-cutting good for terrestrial TV? 29
4.4. Emerging markets: cable driving growth 30
4.5. TV via satellite still making strides 31
4.6. Limits of IPTV penetration 32
- - - The future of access modes 33
4.8. Worldwide, almost 2 out of 3 households will have access to digital
television in 2013 34
4.9. Forces driving the progress of digital TV 35
4.10. Timetable for the digital switchover worldwide 36
- - - The future progress of digital TV 37
5. Audiovisual industry revenue 38
5.1. Growth of audiovisual revenue worldwide 39
- - - TV revenue growth 40
5.3. Growth of linear TV revenue worldwide 41
5.4. Growth of household spending on TV services 42
5.5. Growth of pay-TV revenue 43
5.6. TV access and premium services 44
5.7. Growth of TV ad revenue worldwide 45
- - - TV revenue growth 46
5.9. Growth of video hard copy sales worldwide 47
- - - The growth of video hard copy sales worldwide 48
5.11. Growth of video on-demand revenue worldwide 49
- - - The growth of video on-demand revenue worldwide 50
6. Audiovisual media market players 51
6.1. America's hegemony continues 52
6.2. Increasingly competitive OTT players 53
6.3. Distinct strategies on the open Web: the SVoD example 54
6.4. American OTT vendors already have a solid foothold in Europe 55

Figures and tables

1. Executive Summary
- Breakdown of the globe's TV households by access technology, 2013 7
- Breakdown of TV households in the biggest European markets by access technology,
2013 8
- Digital TV penetration worldwide in 2013 9
- Breakdown of audiovisual market revenue in 2013 10
- Breakdown of TV market revenue in 2013 11
- Breakdown of on-demand market revenue in 2013 12
- Breakdown of audiovisual market revenue in the biggest European markets in 2013 13
- Pay-TV penetration rates worldwide in 2013 14
3. Viewer behaviour
- Change in live TV viewing time by region, 2011-2012 22
- Change in the top five national TV networks' audience share in the the EU-5 and in the
US, 2009-2012 22
- Breakdown of TV viewing time in the US in 2012 23
- Comparative rate of increase for live TV, time-shifted TV and online video viewing time in
the US, between 2009 and 2012 23
- Growth of video hard copy sales in Europe, 2010-2014 24
- Growth of video hard copy rentals in the US, 2010-2014 24
- Hard copy video market growth in Europe and in the US, 2014-2018 25
4. Audiovisual services access modes
- Growth of audiovisual access modes worldwide, 2010-2014 27
- Paid subscriber growth in the EU-5 , 2010-2014 27
- Change in TV access modes worldwide, 2010-2014 28
- TV households worldwide in 2013 28
- Change in terrestrial TV households' share of the global total, 2010-2014 29
- Regional TV access mode split in 2013 29
- Cable penetration of TV households in 2013 30
- Veteran markets' and BRIC nation households' contribution to the increase in cable
households between 2010 and 2013 30
- Change in households' TV access modes worldwide between 2010 and 2013 31
- Growth of FTA satellite and satellite pay-TV households worldwide, 2010-2014 31
- Change in IPTV's share of TV households worldwide, 2010-2014 ( 32
- Growth of IPTV households in the top European markets and in the US, 2010-2014 32
- Forecast change in viewers' choice of TV access channel, 2014-2018 33
- Growth of digital TV penetration worldwide, 2010-2014 34
- Regional digital TV penetration in 2013 34
- Comparison of digital TV and pay-TV penetration worldwide in 2013 35
- Growth of digital TV penetration worldwide by access mode between 2010 and 2013 35
- Timetable for terrestrial broadcasting networks' switchover to digital 36
- Forecast evolution of digital TV penetration worldwide, 2013 and 2018 37

5. Audiovisual industry revenue
- Change in the breakdown of audiovisual market revenue, 2010-2014 39
- Regional breakdown of audiovisual market revenue in 2013 39
- TV revenue growth forecasts by market, 2014-2018 40
- Breakdown of TV revenue by source, 2010-2014 41
- Regional split for global TV revenue in 2013 41
- TV households' spending on TV services by region in 2013 42
- Growth in spending per pay-TV household, 2010-2014 42
- Growth of pay-TV households worldwide by type of network, 2010-2014 43
- Regional pay-TV revenue growth, 2010 and 2013 43
- Breakdown of pay-TV households by type of service in Japan, Germany, France and UK,
in 2013 44
- Pay-TV revenue by type of service in Japan, Germany, France and UK, in 2013 44
- Regional growth of TV ad revenue, 2010 and 2013 45
- Ad revenue growth in Europe's main TV markets, 2010-2014 45
- Forecast growth of TV market revenue by source, 2013-2018 46
- Change in the breakdown of revenue earned on hard copies by type of service, in the US
and the EU-5, 2010-2014 47
- Regional breakdown of global video hard copy revenue in 2013 47
- Retail revenue from video hard copies in the US and the EU-5, 2014-2018 48
- Change in the breakdown of VoD revenue by type of service, 2010-2014 49
- Regional breakdown of global VoD revenue in 2013 49
- Forecast change in VoD income by revenue source, 2014-2018 50
6. Audiovisual media market players
- The world's top 20 media companies by revenue earned in 2012 52
- Top US OTT vendors' customer bases in 2012 53
- Top UK OTT vendors' customer bases in 2012 53
- How the top SVoD providers in the US are positioned 54
- American OTT video providers' footprint in Europe as of 31 December 2013 55

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