Market Research Report
New Digital Content Opportunities for Network Operators
|Published by||Mobile Market Development Ltd||Product code||762759|
|Published||Content info||115 Pages
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|New Digital Content Opportunities for Network Operators|
|Published: January 3, 2019||Content info: 115 Pages||
Content services today are dominated by video services in the form of TV, movies, sports and gaming plus music streaming services.
There has been some major merger and acquisition activity as the traditional media and the telecom industry restructures to deal with new digital players. Network operators have adopted one of two strategies or tried to mix both - purchasing content producing assets or partnering with content players from the traditional media as well as new digital content players.
The first approach is very expensive but can guarantee exclusivity. The partnership model is a less expensive non-exclusive model that incurs less debt and may offer the best return on capital employed.
This report looks at the content propositions of network operators in North America, Europe and selected markets across rest of the world and provides an insight into the strategic approach each operator has taken, before delivering our own analysis of the optimum way forward for network operators looking to retain relevance in a digital world dominated by customer content decisions.
Companies: Apple, FAANG, Spotify, Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, Oculus, Quibi, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile USA, EE, BT, Vodafone UK, Three UK, Samsung, Google, Alphabet, SnapChat, Movistar Spain, Movistar Columbia, Movistar Ecuador, Movistar Latin America, NOS Portugal, Deutsche Telekom, Orange France, Ooredoo Algeria, True Move Thailand, Claro Brazil, Vivo Brazil, Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel India, Disney, 21st Century Fox, Sandvine, YouTube, Comcast, Time Warner, HBO, Showtime, Starz, TDC, Telia Company, New Fox, Deezer, Tencent, Tidal, Oath, Zee Entertainment, KaiOS, Zee5,
Countries: USA, UK, Spain, Portugal, Germany, France, Algeria, Thailand, Brazil, India, Latin America, Ecuador, Columbia, South East Asia,