The users of German HDTV satellite platform HD+ are particularly open towards Ultra HD (UHD).
More than a quarter of German TV viewers (28%) who don’t yet own an Ultra HD TV set want to buy such a device.
The BBC is reaching a record weekly audience of 372 million across the globe, representing a year on year increase of 7 per cent.
Pay-TV revenues in Spain grew 24% in 2016, according to media authority CNMC.
People aged 55-64 are yet to embrace SVoD services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime, preferring linear TV channels and their catch-up services, according to a study of TV viewing habits in 13 countries by Ampere Aanlysis.
OTT video subscribers across Asia Pacific are on the rise: subscription revenues will reach $10 billion by 2021 from $6.5 billion today.
Despite adding 120 million subs between 2016 and 2022, subscription and PPV revenues for 522 operators will remain flat at around $185 billion. From this total, the Global Pay TV Operator Forecasts report estimates 30 pay-TV operators earned more than $1 billion in 2016.
The largest pay-TV providers in the US, representing about 95% of the market, lost about 410,000 net video subscribers in 1Q 2017, compared to a gain of about 10,000 subscribers in 1Q 2016.
Research firm IHS Markit expects total consumer spending on home video in Western Europe to increase with a CAGR of 3.5% per year, to reach €8.7 billion by 2020.
The advertising revenues for TV, radio, video and audio offerings in Germany are expected to grow to around €6 billion this year (2016: €5.7 billion).