Pay TV (Cable, DTH, IPTV)
05 May 2017  |  Global
Billion-Dollar Royalty Gap Persists, Even as Adoption and Footprint Grows Steadily
Video is a push industry. It thrives when new algorithms to compress video more and deliver better video over available infrastructure are brought to market. HEVC is the next-generation successor to current standard AVC, but its adoption has been mired in licensing disputes and competition from open IT disciplines. There is a massive gap between de...
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04 May 2017  |  North America
High Demand for Hybrid Set-top Boxes and Ongoing Upgrade Cycles for Feature-rich Devices Drive Growth and Innovation
Set-top box vendors are focused on supporting devices that enable seamless rendering of high-quality video on a powerful user interface. The global set-top box market crossed 272 million in unit shipments in 2016 and is expected to grow to 323.9 million units at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.9% (2016-2021). The ongoing analog switch-off...
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13 Apr 2017  |  Global
OTT, HTML5, and Cable IP-fication Disrupt Status Quo for Conditional Access Systems (CAS) and Digital Rights Management (DRM)
Video service operators continue to rely heavily on content protection technologies to secure content, protect revenue, and meet content licensing obligations. However, the nature of protection technologies is expanding to encompass changing content delivery and rendering destinations including consumer electronics (CE) device apps and browsers. Th...
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19 Sep 2016  |  Africa
Innovative Pricing and Content Bundling Boosts Growth in Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa
This research provides analysis of the pay TV, video on demand (VOD), and Internet protocol television (IPTV) markets in Africa, with Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa highlighted. The study also analyzes triple play services markets and offers insights regarding provider strategies and the convergence of competition across the entertainment market....
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12 Sep 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Guidelines and Regulations regarding FDI and DAS Critical for the Growth of Television Services in India
The TV broadcast industry has evolved significantly over the last decade characterized by growing business models, increased competition, changing regulations, and above all a significant shift in consumer preferences. The TV industry in India is also undergoing a lot of changes as a result of digitization mandates. Low entry barriers and an ease...
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