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Digital Television Operator Performance Benchmarking Europe Q1 13

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Report Summary:

In a time of vast consolidation, digital switchover, and shifting ground among leading platforms, subscriber growth continues to slow among Digital Pay TV Operators as more European countries have completed digital switchovers. Overall European Pay TV subscriptions (taking into account analog subscriptions) are beginning to reach a plateau as Central and Eastern European countries begin preparations for Analog Switch-off (ASO). Among the Digital TV Operators we track, Telco TV (IPTV) providers added the lion's share of new subscriptions while satellite subscription growth fell as consumers move toward IPTV and Digital Cable which can be more easily bundled. This interactive database summarizes quarterly subscriber growth trends for the 109 leading Digital Television Operators based in Western Europe and where possible, services offered in Central and Eastern Europe are also tracked, resulting in coverage of 46% of the European market. In addition to tracking subscribers, market shares and selected financial metrics, the report also provides operator-level subscriber forecasts and overall market forecasts for the year 2013. The report also contains a flat file of all data, allowing clients to create customized pivot tables. Updated from the previous update of the European Digital Television Benchmark are an additional 14 Digital Television Operators in Europe. The number of countries included in the report has also been expanded from 22, now to 25.

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