Classic pay-TV recorded a decline in revenues in Germany in 2020 from €2.4 billion (2019) to €2.1 billion.
New Parks Associates consumer research finds 62% of US broadband households subscribe to a traditional pay-TV service via a cable or satellite provider, down from 69% in Q1 2019,
Subscription-based video-on-demand (SVOD) and pay-TV are growing in Germany, but SVOD is growing faster.
The Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is poised to witness the highest growth in the global telecom and pay-TV market between 2019 and 2024
For the first time this year, the audiovisual media industry in Germany will reach a combined turnover of more than €13 billion.
Pay-TV household penetration in the Americas is expected to decline from 53.2% in 2018 to 48.8% in 2023 due to ongoing cord-cutting trends in North America, says GlobalData.
The average standalone pay-TV service ARPU declined 10% from 2016 to 2018, when consumer-reported monthly spending on pay-TV declined from $84 to $76, says Parks Associates.
Revenues from pay-TV and paid video-on-demand (VOD) services in Germany, Austria and Switzerland rose by 14% year-on-year to around €4 billion in 2018.
Pay-TV revenues in Eastern Europe will peak at $6.95 billion in 2019 before slowly falling to $6.59 billion by 2024.
The largest pay-TV providers in the US – representing about 95% of the market – lost about 2,875,000 net video subscribers in 2018, compared to a pro forma loss of about 1,510,000 subscribers in 2017.