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|January 28, 2014 10:49 AM EST||
LONDON, Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:
Trends in the Central European Television Market
This IDC Insight analyzes the market for TV services in Central Europe. It reviews the current status of the region's TV markets with a focus on pay TV platforms, and considers strategic trends impacting TV providers. It then uses case studies of several important players in Central European television markets to illustrate important trends impacting these TV markets. It concludes with an analysis of where the TV market is headed in the Central European region and recommendations for market players.
For the purposes of this study, Central Europe includes the EU member states of the region - Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia - and Croatia.
Table of Contents
In This Insight
Central European Television Market Overview
Key Television Market Trends in Central Europe
Pay TV's Market Position
The Digitization of Television
The Rise of Product Bundles
Central European Telecom Operators Introduce Television
Rise of Holistic Communications Services Providers
Changing Consumer TV Consumption Patterns
Central European Television Market by Platform
Digital Terrestrial Television
Summary of TV Platforms
Table: TV Platforms in Central Europe: Advantages and Challenges
Figure: Central Europe TV Market by Platform, 2007 vs. 2011
Figure: TV Subscriptions by Platform in Central Europe Markets, 2011
Figure: Percentage of Consumers Subscribing to Bundles by Central European Country, 2010
Figure: Central Europe Consumer Fixed Broadband Connections, 2007-2016
Figure: Select Central European Telecom Operators' TV Platforms
Figure: Central Europe TV Subscriptions by Platform, 2007-2016
Figure: Central Europe TV Platform YoY Growth Rates, 2008-2016
Figure: Cable TV v Cable Broadband Market Shares by Central Europe Country, 2011
Figure: Central European Telecom Operator IPTV Subscriber Numbers, Year-End 2011
Figure: M-Tel TV Subscribers by Platform
Figure: M-Tel YoY Revenue Change by Quarter, 2007-2011
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Trends in the Central European Television Market
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