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13 Sep 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The MENA broadcast market is undergoing transformation to suit the evolving social, political and economic trends. Adoption of HD/UHD, OTT video services, advanced transcoding, digitisation of workflow and adoption of IP for production are the major trends that are shaping the broadcast industry worldwide and also MENA to some extent. Though there ...
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16 Sep 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
OTT to Energize the Indian TV Market; Intensify Competition, and Create Strategic Partnerships and Subscription Models
This research study provides an analysis of the over-the-top (OTT) video consumption in India. It gives an insight into the market scenario and growth prospects of key market participants, new entrants and the impact of telecom services in bringing about a drastic change in the way television is consumed in India. A competitive analysis of the stak...
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15 Feb 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Competitive Intensity Escalates in High Growth Market, User Experience and Variety of Content is Key to Success
Special Price: $750 (Limited Period Only)\ \ India is an attractive market for multiscreen video consumption, which has led to emergence of numerous OTT service providers in the past two years: broadcasters, portals, start-ups, and more recently, international video aggregators such as Netflix. According to Frost & Sullivan, there are about 66 m...
22 Sep 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Fragmented Demography and Millennial Population Present Vibrant Opportunities for Media Companies
The broadcast video content marketplace in MENA is undergoing a transition in delivery technologies and platforms lately. With revenues from advertisements almost stagnant from free to air channels, broadcasters and content producers are adopting Pay TV platform for content monetization. Though Middle East and North Africa are considered as a singl...
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...