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Pay-TV Market Trends and Opportunities in Africa & the Middle East

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Pay-TV Market Trends and Opportunities in Africa & the Middle East
Published: June 29, 2018 Content info: 29 Pages
Description

"Pay-TV Market Trends and Opportunities in Africa & the Middle East", a new Telecom Insider Report by GlobalData offers a thorough study of the pay-TV market in the AME region. The report analyzes and assesses the pay-TV market in the AME on various parameters such as technology, content offerings, revenue, key trends, challenges and opportunities.

The pay-TV market in Africa and the Middle East has the lowest regional pay-TV penetration compared to other global regions. Despite this, on a relative basis, AME will have the fastest household penetration growth rate. By observing key market trends we can identify market opportunities in the region.

The report consists of following sections -

  • Africa & Middle East in a global context: This section provides a general analysis of how pay-TV markets within AME compare to global counterparts.
  • Pay-TV market in AME: This section examines more specifically the region's use of technology, the expected growth of pay-TV in specific AME countries and pay-TV related regulatory updates within the region.
  • Competitive market trends in AME: Three core market trends are presented and examples of leading pay-TV service provider iniatives are provided.
  • Pay-TV revenue evolution in AME: This section provides an analysis of the revenue contribution of several pay-TV technologies within AME.
  • Key findings and recommendations: This consists of a summary of key findings and a set of recommendations to compete effectively in AME.

Scope:

  • To compete effectively in AME, an effective mixture of licensing strategy, content development, protection, and distribution is required.
  • Broadcasters could reduce churn by offering compelling solutions of linear and non-linear formats, aimed at providing an enriched user-experience.
  • Increasing competition is forcing many pay-tv operators to reduce their service prices, thus driving down total pay-tv ARPS in the region.

Reasons to buy:

  • Offers a comprehensive and detailed understanding of pay-TV market trends and opportunities in the AME markets.
  • The report investigates how the pay-TV market in AME compares to other global regions and identifies which countries within AME are expected to grow the fastest during the forecast period of 2018-2023.
  • The report provides a breakdown in terms of pay-TV account growth, pay-TV technologies used, and an overview of regulatory updates of selected AME countries.
  • The report discusses the pay-TV service revenue evolution in AME and recommends several actionable recommendations to capitalize on market opportunities.
  • Boasts of high presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately, for the executive-level audience.
Table of Contents
Product Code: TC0127IR

Table of Contents

  • Table of contents
  • Africa & Middle East pay-TV markets - key takeaways

Section 1: Africa & Middle East in a global context

  • Africa & the Middle East's demographics at a glance
  • Africa & the Middle East in a global context

Section 2: Pay-TV market in Africa & Middle East

  • Pay-TV market in Africa & the Middle East
  • Regulatory Context in Africa & the Middle East

Section 3: Competitive market trends in Africa & Middle East

  • Competitive market trends in Africa & the Middle East
  • Anti-piracy trends in Africa & the Middle East
  • OTT threat in Africa & the Middle East
  • Content trends in Africa & the Middle East

Section 4: Pay-TV revenue evolution in Africa & Middle East

  • Pay-TV service revenue evolution in Africa & the Middle East

Section 5: Key findings and recommendations

  • Key findings

Appendix

  • Acronyms and definitions
  • Companies mentioned
  • About the authors
  • Contact information
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