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Global Pay TV Operator Forecasts

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Global Pay TV Operator Forecasts
Published: June 20, 2019 Content info: 312 Pages
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Three-quarters of the world's pay TV operators will gain subscribers between 2018 and 2024. Covering 505 operators across 135 countries, the Global Pay TV Operator Forecasts report also estimates that two-thirds will increase their revenues over the same period.

Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, added: "The top 50 operators accounted for two-thirds of the world's pay TV subscribers by end-2018, with this proportion not expected to change over the next five years. The top 10 operators took 45% of the total by end-2018."

Murray continued: "China Radio and TV is the world's largest pay TV operator by a long, long way. It had 185 million subs by end-2018 [18% of the global total] - as much as the next four operators combined. However, China Radio and TV will lose 25 million subscribers between 2018 and 2024, mainly to IPTV (faster broadband) and OTT (more content choice)."

Published in June 2019, this 312-page electronically-delivered report comes in two parts:

  • An 80-page PDF giving a global executive summary and forecasts. Profiles for the top 10 countries (Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Russia, UK and USA)
  • An excel workbook giving comparison tables and country-by-country forecasts in detail for 505 operators across 135 territories for every year from 2010 to 2024. The report covers 733 platforms: 282 satellite TV; 134 digital cable; 119 analog cable; 139 IPTV; and 59 DTT.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Countries and operators covered:

CountryNo of opsOperators
Albania3Digitalb; Tring; Albtelecom
Algeria3beIN; OSN; Algerie Telecom
Angola6ZAP TV, DStv, Canal Plus, StarSat, Angola Telecom, TV Cabo
Argentina5Cablevision; Supercanal; DirecTV; Telefonica; Claro
Australia1Foxtel
Austria5Telekom Austria; UPC; Sky; Liwest; HD Austria
Bahrain3beIN; OSN; Batelco
Bangladesh1RealVU
Belarus3MTIS, Zala, A1
Belgium6Proximus; SFR; Telenet; VOO; Telesat/TV Vlaanderen; Orange
Benin4DStv; Canal Plus; StarSat; StarTimes
Bolivia2Tigo; Entel
Bosnia3Telemach, M:Tel; Total TV
Botswana3DStv; GOtv; StarSat
Brazil4Claro; Telefonica; Sky; Oi
Bulgaria3Bulsatcom, Vivacom, A1
Burkina Faso3DStv; Canal Plus; StarSat
Burundi4DStv; Canal Plus; StarSat; StarTimes
Cambodia3CDN; One TV; Sky One
Cameroon4DStv; Canal Plus; StarSat; StarTimes
Canada8Rogers; Videotron; Cogeco; Shaw Communications; Shaw Direct; Bell TV; Telus; Max TV
CAR3Canal Plus; StarSat; StarTimes
Chad3Canal Plus; StarSat; StarTimes
Chile6VTR; Telefonica; Claro; DirecTV; Entel; Telsur
China4China Radio & TV; China Telecom; BesTV; China Unicom
Colombia5Claro; UNE; ETB; DirecTV; Movistar
DR Congo5DStv; Canal Plus; StarSat; StarTimes; Easy TV
Rep Congo5DStv; Canal Plus; StarSat; StarTimes; Easy TV
Costa Rica5Tigo; Cabletica; Claro; Sky; Telecable
Cote d'Ivoire5Canal Plus, DStv, StarTimes; StarSat; Easy TV
Croatia2Max TV/T-HT, A1
Cyprus3Cytavision; Cablenet; Primetel
Czech Rep5UPC, O2, Digi TV, Skylink; T-Mobile
Denmark7Canal Digital; Viasat; You See; Stofa; Boxer; TDC; Telia
Dominican Rep3Tricom; Claro; Sky
Ecuador4DirecTV; CNT; Claro; TV Cable
Egypt3beIN; OSN; Telecom Egypt
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