Global IPTV Subscriptions Will Pass the 100m Mark in 2013Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
BOSTON, Massachusetts — Global IPTV subscriptions are expected to pass the 100 million mark in 2013 and grow to 181.1 million in 2017, according to the newest report in the Research in Focus: IPTV series.
As a quarterly subscription or as a one-off resource, Research in Focus: IPTV offers analysis on global and regional subscription trends, as well as ARPS, pricing and revenue trends through 2015. This series of reports also provides five-year historical data and projections on IPTV for up to 60 markets around the world, with an excel document that contains the full data referenced in the report.
“IPTV subscriptions grew at an impressive CAGR of 40 percent between 2008 and 2012,” says Pyramid Research Associate Analyst, Guillermo Hurtado. The three largest country-markets (China, France and the U.S.) each had over 10 million IPTV subscriptions at year-end 2012 and together accounted for roughly 53 percent of the global IPTV subscription base. The Asia-Pacific region remains the largest IPTV market, accounting for 45.3 percent (38.2 million) of global IPTV subscriptions as of year-end 2012. “Between 2012 and 2017, Pyramid Research forecasts that global IPTV revenue will increase at a 16 percent CAGR, reaching $44 billion at the end of the period,” he adds.
Global IPTV Subscriptions Will Pass the 100m Mark in 2013 is part of Pyramid Research’s Research in Focus: IPTV series and is available through an annual subscription with quarterly updates for $12,495 or as a one-off resource for $4,995.
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