Analysis of the IPTV Markets in Central and Eastern Europe

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The key objective of this research service is to provide an analysis of the key trends in the central and eastern European IPTV market for the period 2007 to 2017. The study covers the most important countries in Central and Eastern Europe: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. The research provide analysis and forecasts of the number of users and revenues. The research also highlights the trends across different central and eastern European regions. A comprehensive analysis of the market shares in each country has also been mentioned. Market drivers and restraints along with the industry challenges have been mentioned and their impact has been discussed.

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Analysis of the IPTV Markets in Central and Eastern Europe, IPTV in Central and Eastern EuropeIntroductionIntroductionAim Objectives and Research MethodologyMarket Segmentation and Scope of the ResearchExecutive SummaryIPTV Market Overview in Central and Eastern EuropeIndustry Challenges Market Drivers and RestraintsSummary of Major FindingsConclusions and RecommendationsAnalysis of the Key IPTV Markets in Central and Eastern EuropePESTLE AnalysisRegulatory EnvironmentIPTV Market TrendsIndustry ChallengesMarket Drivers and Restraints Total IPTV Subscribers in CEE and the Revenue ForecastsAnalysis of the Broadband and Pay-TV Markets Impact on IPTV Market Development IPTV Market Overview: BulgariaIPTV Market Overview: the Czech RepublicIPTV Market Overview: HungaryIPTV Market Overview: PolandIPTV Market Overview: RomaniaCompetitive EnvironmentCompetitive Forces in the IPTV Market in CEETelefonica Czech Republic – O2 TVTPSA – VideostradaMagyar Telekom – T-HomeRomtelecom – Dolce InteractiveConclusions and RecommendationsConclusionsRecommendationsAppendixDatabase of the Key Industry ParticipantsAbbreviationsAbout Frost & SullivanAbout Frost & Sullivan




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