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vMVPD and D2C TV Forecasts

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vMVPD and D2C TV Forecasts
Published: April 30, 2018 Content info: 142 Pages
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vMVPD and D2C revenues will reach $24 billion by 2023 - eight times the $3 billion recorded in 2017, according to the vMVPD and D2C TV Forecasts report.

vMVPD will overshadow D2C with its revenues more than triple the D2C total by 2023 in the 17 countries covered in the report. vMVPD and D2C are not mutually exclusive. Many vMVPD platforms provide access to D2C platforms for an additional fee.

The US will supply $12.34 billion in vMVPD revenues by 2023 - or two-thirds of the total. The only other country to earn more than $1 billion by 2023 will be the UK.

Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “We forecast 77 million vMVPD subscribers by 2023, up from 21 million at end-2017. The US will contribute 28 million to the 2023 total, with India supplying 16 million.”

Digital TV Research forecasts 44 million D2C subscribers by 2023; up from 14 million at end-2017. The US will account for 25 million D2C subs by 2023.

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Table of Contents

Published in May 2018, this 142-page electronically-delivered report comes in two parts:

  • A 100-page PDF giving an executive summary and forecasts as well as profiles for 17 countries.
  • An excel workbook giving comparison tables and country-by-country forecasts in detail for 45 vMVPD and 20 D2C operators across 17 territories for every year from 2010 to 2023.

Countries and operators covered:

Different types of SVOD platforms
Different types of SVOD platforms vMVPDVirtual multichannel video programming distributor. A platform that provides linear channels and on-demand content from multiple sources. Standalone subscription platform./td>
Direct-to-consumerWhere a single content owner provides a subscription platform straight to the home.
AggregatorWhere an operator provides its pay TV subs with access to a choice of SVOD platforms without charging a subscription. Popular in Latin America. Sometimes offer D2C platforms cheaper than elsewhere
On-demandNo linear channels - just on-demand titles. Therefore, no threat to traditional pay TV operators. Examples include Netflix.

Source: Digital TV Research


100 countries and 331 platforms covered:

CountryNo of opsOperators
Australia 1 Foxtel Now
Brazil 3 Globo Play; Fox+; HBO
Canada 2 Fibe Alt TV; CBS All Access
France 4 Molotov; Canalplay; SFR Play; OCS
Germany 6 Sky Ticket; Sky Q; Giga TV; Horizon; Zattoo; TV Now Plus
India 4 Zee5; Hotstar; Sony Liv; YuppTV
Israel 3 Partner; Sting TV; Cellcom TV
Italy 2 Sky Now; Sky Q
Mexico 2 HBO; Fox Play
Netherlands 4 Play van KPN; Ziggo Movies & Series; NL Ziet; RTL XL
Poland 5 Ipla; Player+; Play Now; Myprime; HBO
Russia 2 Megogo; Amediateka
Spain 4 beIN Connect; Sky; Orane Cine; HBO
Sweden 5 Play+; Viaplay; C More Play; D Play; HBO
Turkey 5 Tivibu Go; Turkcell; beIN Connect; D-Smart blu; Vodafone TV
UK 3 Now TV; Sky Q; ITV Hub+
USA 10 Hulu Live; Xfinity Instant TV; YouTube TV; Sling TV; DirecTV Now; PlayStation Vue; HBO Now; Showtime; Starz; CBS All Access
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