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Choosing TV applications and middleware during a time of industry change.
The right software makes a big difference in enabling a competitive advantage for advanced TV service providers that are deploying services over managed IP networks.
As service providers consider their goals and revisit their past software choices, this report provides an industry snapshot in this new age of multi-screen, multi-device, Internet-enabled TV; including a market context, consumer drivers and several case studies. This report also classifies and compares the available client-oriented, client-server and network-enabled TV software offerings from more than 20 suppliers, across more than 100 feature criteria.
The tvstrategies TV Software 2012 report is designed to help service providers make a better-informed platform decision. Unlike reports that are limited to forecasts and analysis, this report also provides a practical hands-on resource for those who are tasked with the decision and its subsequent implementation.
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Based on forecasts for 80 countries, pay TV revenues will climb to US$200 billion in 2017, up by US$23 billion on 2011 but up by only US$2 billion (1%) on 2016, according to a new report from Digital TV Research. The forecasts are based on subscription and on-demand revenues..
The Digital TV World Revenue Forecasts report concludes that DTH (DBS) revenues will overtake cable TV revenues in 2015. DTH revenues will reach US$91 billion in 2017, up from US$76 billion in 2011.
Published in July 2012, this 200-page electronically-delivered report comes in two parts:
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The number of TV sets connected to the Internet will reach 551 million by 2016 for the 40 countries covered in this report from Digital TV Research, up from 124 million at end-2010. The report states that this translates to 20% of global TV sets by 2016, up from only 6% at end-2010.
Despite all of this rapid growth, only 8.9% of global TV sets will be connected to the Internet by 2016. However, this is up from a mere 1.4% at end-2010. Proportions will vary considerably from one country to the next, with South Korea the market leader in 2016 (boasting 15.0% penetration).
Published in November 2011, this 83-page PDF report is the most geographically comprehensive to ever be published. The report comes in five parts:
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