Digital TV News: Renato Pasquini
HD and VOD feed Latin America's pay TV growth
Oct 22, 2014 – According to Frost & Sullivan, Latin American's pay TV market is expected to continue its growth trajectory due to a rise in postpaid subscriptions for DTH. Demand for value-added services such as HD and VOD is further spurring market development.
News categories: Frost & Sullivan, Renato Pasquini, Cable TV, Digital TV, IPTV, Latin America, Market Research, MMDS, Satellite
Expanding Footprint of Cable TV and DTH Operators Enhances Prospects for the Latin America Pay TV Services Market
Sep 5, 2011 – The Latin America pay TV services markets are expected to witness fast-paced growth, stimulated by the increased geographic coverage from cable TV and direct-to-home (DTH) operators, according to Frost & Sullivan.
News categories: Frost & Sullivan, Cable TV, Latin America, Market Research, Satellite
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