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DALLAS, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ReportsnReports.com adds "Emerging Markets Lead IPTV Subscription Growth Through 2018. Research in Focus: IPTV" to its store.
The research study estimate that the 100-millionth IPTV customer globally came online in November 2013. China, France and the US together account for over half of all subscriptions, but penetration levels vary greatly. We expect global IPTV revenue to rise at a 11.8% CAGR from 2013 to 2018. A blend of primary research, market indicators and qualitative analysis, our IPTV Research in Focus help industry leaders identify opportunities in IPTV markets globally. Market sizing and forecasts of IPTV subscriptions, ARPS and revenue are provided on more than 50 countries for 2009-2018, with an analysis of trends.
Introduction and Landscape
We estimate that there were 97m IPTV subscriptions globally at the end of Q3 2013, and that the 100-millionth IPTV customer came online in November. The three largest IPTV markets, China, France and the US, together will account for over half of the world's subscriber base. IPTV household penetration levels vary greatly across regions. Between 2013 and 2018, we forecast that global IPTV revenue will increase at a 11.8% CAGR, reaching $42.9bn. A blend of primary research, market indicators and qualitative analysis, our IPTV Research in Focus help leaders in the communications industry identify emerging opportunities in IPTV markets around the world. Market sizing and forecasts of IPTV subscriptions, ARPS and revenue are provided for more than 50 countries in 2009-2018, with an analysis of trends. The Research in Focus Report is delivered in PowerPoint format and accompanied by an Excel file that contains all the data underlying the report.
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Table Of Contents
Highlights of Q3 2013
IPTV subscription trends
IPTV in pay-TV market context
IPTV ARPS trends
IPTV revenue trends
IPTV subscriptions by country
IPTV ARPS by country
IPTV revenue by country
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