The number of European homes paying a monthly subscription to receive SVOD [subscription video on demand] packages will climb from 1.78 million in 2010 (0.6% of TV households) to 17.99 million by end-2014 (6.4%) and onto 59.41 million in 2020 (20.7%), according to a new report from Digital TV Research.
Tablet TV is nearing its San Francisco-area beta launch in partnership with the KOFY-TV station, owned by Granite Broadcasting, and research seems to suggest the timing looks to be ideal.
Fibre increased its share of Dutch broadband connections to 10% in the second quarter, according to research by Telecompaper.
Although Samsung is a leader in the growing Ultra HD TV segment, average selling prices (ASPs) for Samsung TVs fell 13% in the first half of 2014 compared to the previous year according to Strategy Analytics.
As Netflix rapidly expands across Europe, the company will see its international subscriptions jump from one-tenth to one-fifth of total subscriptions, according to new analysis from IHS.
ABI Research said that the second quarter pf 2014 showed about a 5% growth in set-top box revenues from a key set of major OEMs.
The first wave of replacement sales in flat panel TV will help to inject renewed growth into global TV sales over the coming five years.
NSR’s newly released UltraHD via Satellite, 2nd Edition, forecasts over 820 channels of UltraHD content via satellite by 2025.
Pay TV cord-cutting is now an undeniable phenomenon in a large number of European markets as 12 countries witnessed a decline in overall pay TV uptake in the first quarter of 2014, according to IHS Technology’s latest European pay TV Update.
The global market for conditional access (CA) technology used in STBs is set to contract as pay-TV services reach saturation, according to IHS Technology