With subscription revenues squeezed by greater competition and by
triple-play bundles, pay TV operators see on-demand television as a means of
Major industry questions answered in this research:
- Can on-demand revenues compensate for subscription revenue stagnation?
- Why do operators push free on-demand services?
- How will digital switch-off affect on-demand TV rollout?
- Will the DVR complement or compete with On-Demand services?
- Which platform has a competitive edge?
- In which countries will on-demand TV have most success?
- Who are the key players and what are their strategies for success?
Countries covered by On Demand TV reserach:
- Czech Rep
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Puerto Rico
- South Africa
- South Korea
Essential reading for:
- Cable, satellite, digital terrestrial and IPTV operators: Learn
more about where on-demand services can fit into your business strategy
- Investment Banks: Gain valuable insights into which countries will
enable you to maximise your investment opportunities
- TV content suppliers: Discover the strategies your competitors are
using and find out how on-demand technology and investment is changing the
face of broadcasting and providing you with opportunities
- Analysts, legal and financial: Use our forecasts, historic data and
independent analysis to build your knowledge of this new sector and identify
where your own
- Broadcast Technology companies: As a recently emerged sector,
on-demand TV offers new revenue streams. Identify which technological
developments are likely to have a profitable impact on your business.
Table of Contents
On-demand revenue forecasts 9th edition Executive Summary - PowerPoint file (7 slides)
Global on-demand revenue forecasts
- Fig. 1: Global on-demand TV revenue forecasts by platform, 2011-2016
- Fig. 2: On-demand TV revenue forecasts by region, 2011-2016
On-demand TV update by country
Global, On-demand revenue forecasts, 2005-2016 - Excel file