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Research and Markets: World TV & New Video Services Markets - State-of-the-Art 2013: Terrestrial - Satellite - Cable - IPTV- DVD - Blu-Ray - Video on demand

September 20, 2013


DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "World TV & New Video Services Markets - State-of-the-Art 2013: Terrestrial - Satellite - Cable - IPTV- DVD - Blu-Ray - Video on demand" report to their offering.

This report presents the author's regularly updated vision of developments in the linear TV and Video markets in the largest global economies up to 2017:

- TV and OTT video access modes: Terrestrial, Cable, Satellite, IPTV, fixed and mobile Internet

- Network digitization

- TV and video consumption: audience and time spent

- Television and video revenues: TV revenues: advertising, subscription, public revenues - Physical video revenues - Video on demand revenues

One update in December 2013 is included within the license for this status report.

This status report is part of the TV & New Video services watch that includes:

- Half-yearly updated datasets

- Half-yearly updated status reports

- Quarterly market insights

- Direct access to lead media analysts

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

- Key trends

- Cable: number one purveyor of TV programming

- Europe: a disparate landscape

- Despite real disparities, digital TV in over 50% of homes

- TV: top money-maker

- Asia-Pacific overtakes Europe for the first time

- The UK and Germany share top spot in Europe

- Strong correlation between TV access mode and pay-TV adoption rates

- USA: world's biggest on-demand market

2. Methodology

- Indicators by country

- Definitions

- Pay-TV segmentation

- Sources

3. Viewer behaviour

- Stagnant live TV viewing

- How much is the development of on-demand sources hurting live programming?

- Is the hard copy dead?

- How will we watch TV in future?

4. TV access modes

- The television set: still the most popular way to watch TV

- TV access worldwide

- Terrestrial TV's structural decline

- Emerging markets: cable driving growth

- TV via satellite still making strides

- Limits of IPTV penetration

- The future of access modes

- Half of all households worldwide have access to digital TV in 2013

- Forces driving the progress of digital TV

- Timetable for the digital switchover worldwide

- The future progress of digital TV

5. TV industry revenue

- Growth of TV revenue worldwide

- Growth of live TV revenue worldwide

- Growth of household spending on TV services

- Growth of pay-TV revenue worldwide

- TV access and premium services

- Growth of TV ad revenue worldwide

- Growth of TV revenue

- Growth of video hard copy sales worldwide

- Growth of video on-demand revenue worldwide

For more information visit

Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager. U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907 Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716 Sector: Media and Entertainment

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