In its recently published report “Swedish TV Market” Mediavision concludes that the Swedish TV Market reached new record levels during 2017.
Research by Ampere Analysis reveals that online households now own an average of 4.5 different types of connected devices.
With growth fuelled by the demand for triple-play services and premium content, the Balkan market of Bosnia and Herzegovina has grown by 60% over the last five years.
Nearly 40% of US broadband households now have at least two OTT video service subscriptions, according to Parks Associates.
Pay TV and OTT subscribers in SAARC countries is projected to reach 371 million in 2023, growing at a CAGR of 7.4% compared to 226 million in 2017,according to Dataxis.
Paid-for video-on-demand (VOD) services have reached the mass market in Germany: At the end of 2017, 18% of all households were subscribing to at least one Pay-VOD service.
Three-quarters (76%) of TV content viewers report subscribing to a traditional pay TV—cable, satellite, or telco—service, down from 86% in 2014, reveals the latest data from Horowitz Research’s State of Pay TV, OTT and SVOD.
The number of TV connections in the Netherlands has dropped by 0.1% during the first quarter of 2018 to 7.47 million.
With 2.05 million households, DTH satellite reception remains the most widely used TV reception method in Austria.
Despite the competition from OTT video services, the worldwide pay TV market has been growing at a steady pace.