Classic pay-TV recorded a decline in revenues in Germany in 2020 from €2.4 billion (2019) to €2.1 billion.
More than half (51%) of all households worldwide will own a smart TV by 2026, corresponding with 1.1 billion homes, according to Strategy Analytics.
US data provider Nielsen has acquired TVTY, a TV attribution provider and ad monitoring company based in Paris, France.
The growth of TV and video market is sharply down now that the pandemic is out of the equation year-on-year, according to research by Telecompaper.
The pandemic has boosted the take-up of smart TVs in Russia.
Eighty two percent of US TV households now have at least one internet-connected TV device, according to new consumer research from Leichtman Research Group (LRG).
Broadcasters’ revenues for live football matches to their domestic leagues and the UEFA Champions League will reach $10.5 billion in the 2021/22 season in the top five European countries.
The world’s top 50 pay-TV operators will account for 853 million of the 1.02 billion global subscriber total by 2026.
AVOD expenditure for TV episodes and movies will climb by 144% between 2020 and 2026 to reach $66 billion across 138 countries.
Global pay-TV revenues for 138 countries are set to fall from last year’s total of $173 billion to $143 billion in 2026.