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Pay-TV and gaming lead Aussie market growth

Australia’s media and entertainment market is on track for compound annual growth of 4.1 per cent over the next five years led by interactive games and subscription television, says a…

IABM: TV industry is recovering

With the giant IBC broadcast technology show barely 40 days away, this report from the International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers (IABM) is welcome news. The IABM’s 4th edition of its…

Aussie subscription TV ad revenues up 7%

Petra Buchanan, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association (ASTRA) has revealed that advertising revenues for subscription television grew by 7.4 per cent from financial years 2010 to…

Brazil tops 11m pay-TV subs

Brazil’s National Telecoms Agency says that the country now has more than 11 million pay-TV subscribers. 1.3 million net new subs were added during the first half of this year,…

Turning point for FSS satellite operators

Euroconsult, the research and analyst firm specialised in the satellite communications sector, has published the findings of its most recent study of fixed satellite services. “2010 was a particularly important…

Spain: 5m+ pay-TV subs

Spain: 5m+ pay-TV subs

Spain’s pay-TV market has surpassed the 5 million-subscription mark mainly as a result of the significant growth of mobile TV. As of the end of March, the number of mobile…

8% of US homes get broadband but not multi-channel video

Consumer research from Leichtman Research Group (LRG) finds that 8 per cent of US households get a broadband Internet service, but do not subscribe to a multi-channel video service, while…

Euroconsult report recognises a turning point for FSS operators

Euroconsult, the research and analyst firm specialised in the satellite communications sector, has published the findings of its most recent study of fixed satellite services. The report provides in-depth profiles…

Digital technology increases UK TV viewing

Television technology, including digital and HD formats, time-shifted and catch-up viewing, has helped drive a global increase in television viewing, a new report has revealed. The report – Television –…

OTT more likely to appeal as complementary, not primary

Research firm Analysys Mason has completed its pay-TV forecasts for Europe, in which it predicts that the number of pay-TV households will increase by 12 per cent to 185.2 million…