After several quarter of losing subscribers, during Q2 2018 Latam’s Pay-TV market reached a quarterly growth of 1%. The World Cup has been the main factor of the change in trend. The market now exhibits 72.06 million of legal Pay-TV subscribers.
From May to August 2018, Dataxis conducted several interviews with key players of the TV and Telecommunication industry in the following countries: Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Moldova, Ukraine. Among the different topics addressed, several common trends were identified: FTA market decline, OTT emergence, TV and telecommunication services convergence, necessity for local content… […]
According to Dataxis recently concluded update, the global installed base for 4K Set-top Boxes have grown to 31 million units, at the end of 2017, compared to only 3 million units in 2015. Operators around the world are deploying more and more 4K boxes, which is reflecting in the global numbers.
According to Dataxis latest research, almost 40% of households in 17 Asian countries* will be connected to fixed broadband by the end of 2018. But the levels of penetration remain significantly different between mature and emerging economies: penetration
According to Dataxis latest research, the total Mobile SIM market in Europe is becoming saturated, the subscriber growth is mostly due to rapid adoption of 4G and M2M.
According to Dataxis latest research, Pay-TV subscriptions in former European USSR countries* reached 53.2m in the first quarter of 2018, a 3% YoY growth. In line with global trends, cable TV is declining in all countries of the region (-2% YoY).
According to Dataxis, as at Q1 2018 Pay TV in Latin America reached 71.4 million subscribers, which represents a drop of around 0.1% compared to the end of 2017. Venezuela, Brazil and Mexico were the markets that recorded the highest loss of subscribers.
Dataxis latest research revealed that almost 20 million new accesses will be added within the next five years. Consequently, the penetration of the service in 2023 will reach 46% of households.
Following Dataxis’ latest research, the European pay TV market reached 185 million subscribers during the first quarter of 2018 and grew only by 0,3% compared to Q4 2017. This is the lowest net add ever observed by Dataxis.
According to Dataxis latest research, Pay-TV in Latam is forecasted to reach 79.3 million homes in 2023. Although Dataxis predicts that 8.5 million new Pay-TV customers will be added compared to 2017, it is a conservative