DTT in 60% of French households

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011
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France’s Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel (CSA) has reported latest results from its survey on the penetration of digital TV in French households.

Highlights for the second half of 2010:

• More than nine out of ten households are now equipped to receive digital TV: 91.6% of households have at least one of their TVs connected to a digital service (DTT, satellite, ADSL or cable). 69% of households are entirely digital.

• In areas that are to go digital in 2011, only 6.1% of TV households still receive only analogue television.

• 60.2% of households have chosen digital terrestrial as their method of digital TV reception, up 11.9 points in the year.

Percentage of households with:

DTT               60.2%
ADSL (IPTV)       23.9%
Satellite (pay)   15.2%
Cable              8.2%
Satellite (FTA)    7.2%

More: 2H 2010 Report