Digital terrestrial reception is still dominant in France, but the number of people using DTT is slowly going down, according to media authority CSA.
The CSA has just published the figures over 2013.
At the end of 2013, 57.9% of viewers were watching DTT (-1.8%) and for 33.3% of viewers DTT was the only means of reception (down 0.5%).
49.1% of viewers are watching via IPTV or cable (+0.3%). Satellite DTH reception was slightly up (+0.2). 82.8% of viewers now have an HD set.
In terms of reception equipment, 97.6% of viewers have a TV set, down 0.5%. More people are now using their computer to watch TV (78.8% of viewers, +1.1%), tablets (28.7%, +7.2%) or smartphones (55.9%, +4%).