Satellite companies, for instance, are reassessing their business models as pay-TV operators increasingly turn to broadband delivery for their non-linear schedules. But with millions of customers still receiving their TV via satellite, and relatively new markets such as Africa to explore, surely further growth is possible?
Moreover, as broadband becomes an increasingly important element of the TV offer, what place is there for the set-top amid ever-larger VOD libraries, and cloud-based video recorders?
In our TV Strategies panel at ANGA COM (Cologne June 11-14, 2018) we will explore these and a host of other issues related to the far-reaching changes now taking place in the industry. Participants in the discussion will include key executives from Eutelsat and SES, two of the world’s leading satellite operators; Telekom Romania, a key asset in Deutsche Telekom’s CEE portfolio; Vector Technologies, a long-established supplier of dedicated solutions in the field of fixed access; and Cisco, a worldwide technology leader.
The team at Broadband TV News would like to thank Waseem at Dataxis research for providing the market statistics in this eBook.