Market Research Report - 219311
Global Digital and Pay TV - 12th edition
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This new research provides detailed insight into how the digital and pay-TV business is evolving worldwide. It examines new initiatives coming into the market to enhance the established business models - and how these are applied to reflect the different needs between more mature Western countries and blossoming emerging territories elsewhere.
The 12th edition of the best-selling Global Digital & Pay TV report comes with major improvements in format and country coverage.
The report provides you with country profiles and forecasts to guide you through the key issues surrounding cable, satellite, terrestrial TV and IPTV, highlighting potential growth areas and pinpointing new opportunities.
Digital TV upgrades are central to the development of the television business as it faces up to a range of challenges from allied and new entertainment options. Pay TV is also coming under pressure from several directions. Free and low-cost options are forcing premium pay-TV services to justify their subscription prices. This has led to an increasing reliance on technology innovations such as multiscreen, HDTV, VOD, DVRs and 3DTV to demonstrate added value.
This new - fully updated - edition of Informa's Global Digital & Pay TV research report is, for the first time, provided in an innovative new PowerPoint-based format. This will provide you with insights that are:
This year's research has been significantly enhanced through the use of an inventive new style of research report, which provides you with the insight you need to understand the global Pay-TV and Digital-TV sectors. Gain insights into these key areas via Informa's proprietary data and forecasts, which this year have been significantly expanded to include much more detail of the emerging MENA region.
New Report format - designed for sharing - This research is available from our online store either as a hardcopy report or electronic format, featuring a series of PDF, PPT and XLS files, each designed to provide you with business critical intelligence which is easy to share with your colleagues.
Adam Thomas, Media Research Manager, TV
Adrian Reynolds, Research Analyst, Broadband & TV