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The U.S. Communications market is a hyper competitive industry where very few companies have a highly defendable, profitable niche. The combination of the dot com bubble, the rapidly growing economy and especially the e- economy of the 1990’s, and even the millennium bug created an investment environment where way too much was spent on existing and creating communications companies. The current market still has too many participants and price pressure is enormous in nearly all communications verticals with 10-15% annual price drops the norm.

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U.S. Communications Services Markets, U.S. Communications Services Market Overview and Future OutlookIntroduction to the U.S. Communication Services MarketTitle SlideLegal DisclaimerTable of ContentsU.S. Communication Services Market IntroductionCommunication: Three Major Market Participant Types and Market OverlapMarket SegmentationTelecom: Utilities in transformation to High TechCommunication TimelinePoor Investment Decisions in the 1990’s and Early 2000’s Reaps Dividends for ConsumersOverview of the U.S. Communcation Services MarketOverview of the U.S. Communication Services MarketPublicly Held Telecom and Cable Providers Focused on in this StudyU.S. Communications Market Size by type of Company 2003Telecom Earnings for 2003:Telecom Industry Retained Earnings for Select Companies 2003Revenue Per Employee for Telecom FirmsRevenue per Employee for Cable and Satellite FirmsU.S. Communications Market Overview 2003 Revenue by Market SegmentOverall Cable and Satellite Market Share by RevenueTelecom Market share by Overall Revenue for 2003Communications Industry Percent of Revenue Spent on Cap Ex by Segment and YearTelecom Industry Cap Ex Spending 1998-2002Leading Network Equipment Vendors Wireless Networking Revenue 2003Cingular Wireless Cap Ex Case StudyCingular Cap Ex Projections for Cap Ex Case StudyPension Funds and Stock Options a Huge Potential Problem for Telecom FirmsIs Technology the Remedy for Low Communications Industry Profits?Bundling: From Panacea to PlaceboBundling 2: Commercial Airlines and Telecom; Bundling and Frequent Flier ProgramsBundling 3: Conclusions on BundlingWireless TelecommuncationsWireless Communications MarketWireless Communications Market OverviewWireless Communications Market Growth Drivers & RestraintsWireless Communications Market Size & Share for Mid Year 2003 by SubscriberAnnual Subscriber Growth Rates for Top Carriers 2001-2003.5Market Share Gain or Loss for Top Wireless Carriers from 2001-2003.5Wireless Industry Growth is Slowing; Moderate Growth Period ApproachesWireless Market Exponential Growth is Slowing; Moderate Growth Period ApproachesCell Sites Have Kept Pace with Subscriber Growth Improving Call QualityNot all Growth is Good; Wireless ARPU; Minutes; and Effect on Price 1993-2003Not all Growth is Good: Subscriber growth plus Average Price declines; plus Average minutes per Subscriber; equals hyper growth in network usageHow has the Wireless Industry Stayed ahead of Rapid Price Erosion? Economies of ScaleWireless Communications Market Forecasts 2004-2010 for Revenue; Subscribers; and ARPUWireless Communication Market Forecast 2004-2010 for Subscribers; Population; and Market PenetrationWireless Market StrategiesCable and Satellite Television MarketCable & Satellite Television and Burgeoning Premium Radio Market Cable & Satellite Television Market Size and OverviewCable & Satellite Television Market Size & Share Overview 2Growth Drivers & RestraintsMarket Share for Cable & Satellite Providers; 2003Cable & Satellite Market Size by activity; 2003Satellite Radio Premium Radio Key DriversKey Statistics shed light on Potential of Satellite Radio MarketKey trend Cable providers attempt to increase content access: Case Study Comcast and DisneyCable & Satellite Market Forecast for Revenue Subscribers and ARPUs; 2004-2010Overall Cable and Satellite Market StrategiesWireline Internet Service MarketWireline Internet Service Market Consumer and Small Business onlyWireline Internet Service Market OverviewWireline Internet Service Market Growth Drivers & RestraintsWireline Internet Service Market Share by SubsWireline Internet Market Share by RevenueU.S. Internet Subscribers by type; 1999-2003Average Monthly Price for type of Internet ServiceWireline Internet Service Market ForecastsInternet Service Provider Revenue ForecastWireline Internet Service Market StrategiesWireline TelecommuncationsWireline TelecommunicationsWireline Telecommunications Market OverviewWireline Voice Communications; Local; Long; and InternationalWireline Telecommunications Market Growth Drivers & RestraintsLocal Wireline Market Share by typeLocal Wireline Revenue and Lines along with average price consumer and combined for 1999-2003Local Wireline Market Size by typeLocal Wireline Service Market Share by Subs 2002Local Revenues by type of Carrier 1999-2002Long Distance International and Domestic Price Erosion 1991-2003U.S. Wireline Long Distance Revenue Domestic and International; 1987-2002 and Percent InternationalLong Distance Market Share 2000-2002U.S. International Long Distance; Minutes; Average Price; and Revenue; 1980-2002International Calls by Country and World RegionU.S. International Long Distance; Minutes; Average Price; and Revenue Growth rates for time period; 1980-2002U.S. International Calls; Average Duration; Price; and Price per Minute 1980-2002U.S. International Long Distance Revenue by Carrier for 2002Wireline Telecommunications Market ForecastWireline Telecommunications Market StrategiesEnd User AnalysisEnd User AnalysisU.S. Average Monthly Household Spending on Communications ServicesCommunication Penetration Rates; 2004-2010Wireless Replacement of WirelinePhone Number PortabilityARPUsU.S. Household Telephone Access Penetration Peaked in 2002Subscribers for Internet access; Wireline local; Wireless; and Cable & Satellite TVConclusions; Strategies; and AwardsOverall Conclusions; Strategies; and Market ForecastsTotal U.S. Communications Market Forecast by VerticalVertical Market Forecast and Annual Growth Rates Throughout Time SeriesTotal U.S. Communications Market Forecast by Vertical Including Wireline SegmentationVertical Market Revenue Forecast along with Annual Percent Change in Revenue2010 Projected Market Share by SegmentU.S. Communications Market Segment Share Change in Vertical 2004-2010Key Advantages: Internet Service ProvidersKey Disadvantages: Internet Service ProvidersKey Advantages: WirelessKey Disadvantages: WirelessKey Advantages: Cable & SatelliteKey Disadvantages: Cable & SatelliteKey Advantages: WirelineKey Disadvantages: WirelineOverall Industry Trends and OutlookAwards




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