The latest data published by the regulator CNMC shows that cable TV revenues in Q1 this year amounted to €53.8 million, down from €56.4 million in then corresponding period in 2015.
Meanwhile, those for satellite TV service rose from €303.7 million to €337.1 million and for XDSL/FTTH TV services from €216.3 million to €223.4 million.
Terrestrial TV (TDT), the highest earner, grew from €428.8 million to €442.1 million.
Total revenues from pay-TV services in Q1 amounted to €622.2 million, up from €509.4 million a year earlier.
FTA TV revenues increased from €413.6 million to €441.2 million.
The total number of pay-TV subscribers as of Q1 was 5.75 million. Of these 1.051 million were satellite, 1.416 million cable and 3.058 million XDSL/FTTH.
In the latter case, the number was up from 2.268 million a year earlier and nearly three times the 948,000 posted in Q1 2014.
Significantly, 81.2% of pay-TV subscribers in Q1 opted for bundled offers, or 15 percentage points more than a year earlier.