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A detailed update of Bosnia’s TV market, encompassing free-to-air and pay-TV across all TV technologies (cable, satellite, DTH, IPTV, terrestrial, DTT) plus next-generation TV initiatives and OTT video. Includes TV ratings, revenues, market shares, programming, and advertising.


  • Bosnia and Herzegovina missed the International Telecommunications Union's (ITU's) digital switchover (DSO) deadline of mid-2015, due to funding issues and political inertia.
  • The cable sector is fragmented, with Telemach accused of abusing its position as a market leader.
  • State-owned incumbent telco BH Telecom ended 2015 with around 95,000 subscribers for its IPTV service.

Features and Benefits

  • Gain an insight into how the pay-TV and TV advertising sectors are faring in Bosnia.
  • Assesses the prospects for multiscreen/OTT initiatives in the Bosnian TV market.

Key questions answered

  • What is the Bosnian government's plan regarding the sale of its majority stakes in telcos BH Telecom Sarajevo and HT Mostar?
  • Why are BHRT and other regional public broadcasters suffering financially, and what steps have been taken to mitigate that?
  • What is the Ovum view on cable consolidation and how that will impact the TV market?

Table of contents


  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Bosnia and Herzegovina TV Update

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