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Ovum's TV data and forecasts for the Asia-Pacific region include a full update of detailed metrics for digital cable, analog cable, pay DTH, free DTH, IPTV, analog terrestrial, and digital terrestrial (DTT).


  • Introduces forecasts for Kazakhstan and Myanmar, thus taking the number of total markets forecasted to 17.
  • Introduces segmentation by region, subregion, language, political unions, and other key metrics.
  • 155 pay-TV operators by country – both defunct and operational – are broken out for historical and forecast data.

Features and Benefits

  • Gain detailed data and forecasts showing how the pay-TV and free-to-air sectors are progressing in the Asia-Pacific region.
  • Track the progress of digitization of networks such as cable and terrestrial.

Key questions answered

  • Which markets in the Asia-Pacific carry the most potential for growth?
  • What are the trends in revenue and ARPU growth/decline across Central, Eastern, and Southern Asia and in Oceania?
  • How will digitization of cable networks change the TV landscape?

Table of contents


  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Asia-Pacific: Pay-TV & FTA Forecasts to 2022

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