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Author: Eric Smith
Publication Date: Apr 04 2013
Pages: 31
Report Type: Data Table, Excel

 TV & Media



Global Digital Television Forecast 2013 Asia Pacific



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Report Summary:

The Asia Pacific Pay TV market is in the midst of transitioning from one heavily dependent on analog cable service to one of competing technologies as digital transitions cascade across the region. For the moment, analog TV service is more widely used than digital but this will reverse in 2013 as more analog cable networks and free-to-air terrestrial services move to digital transmission. Free-to-air service is the dominant television viewing platform, covering 31% of total households. Although the cable and terrestrial operators will race to finish the move to digital service in the coming years, we project that digital cable will become the dominant viewing platform.

This interactive database provides in-depth market coverage for the Asia Pacific Pay TV market, and provides historical data and forecasts for key metrics including: Households, TV Households, Cable Subscriptions, Analog Cable Subscriptions, Digital TV Households, Analog TV Households, Household Digital TV Penetration, Analog vs. Digital splits, Service Revenues, and Subscriptions by Service (Digital Satellite, Digital Cable, Digital Terrestrial, Telco IPTV).

Table of Contents

    Summary and Key Findings
    Methodology
    Definitions & Coverage
    Release Notes
    APAC
    AUS
    CHN
    HKG
    IND
    IDN
    JPN
    MYS
    NZL
    PHL
    SGP
    KOR
    TWN
    THA
    VNM
    Rest of APAC
    Pivot Table
    FLAT FILE
    ANALYST CONTACT


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