The satellite industry is curently in the midst of a sea of change, with choppy waters threatening to overturn operators sticking to the status quo, according to NSR.
French households are becoming increasingly connected, according to a new study from research organisation Mediametrie.
The worldwide number of pay television subscribers reported by the Informitv Multiscreen Index rose by 6.90 million or 1.68% in the first quarter of 2016.
Cable TV is suffering as part of a general slowdown in pay-TV subscriptions.
Video-on-demand (VDD) has reached the mass market in Germany with 43% of all internet users paying for VOD services.
Just six pay-TV groups hold half of the European Union’s pay-TV subscribers, according to a new report from the European Audiovisual Observatory.
In Spain, 26.9% of all homes subscribed to pay-TV services at the end of 2015, up from 21.2% a year earlier.
Cable TV subs in the US are under threat as Americans ‘feel the love’ of internet TV providers.
New research from the EBU’s Media Intelligence Service shows that SVOD subscribers in Europe grew 56% in just one year between 2014 and 2015, and are expected to reach 50 million homes by 2020.
The reign of pay-TV and television networks as the most stable, predictable and highest-margin segments of the US media industry is rapidly eroding, Moody’s Investors Service says in a new report.