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Ovum’s TV data and forecasts for both North America and Latin America & the Caribbean. A full update of pay-TV revenues, ARPU, operator forecasts, subscription and on-demand revenues for 10 countries plus rest-of-region totals.


  • Digital TV is making strong progress in Latin America & the Caribbean. Ovum forecasts the region will pass 100 million digital TV households in 2017 and move on to 156 million by the end of 2020.

Features and Benefits

  • Gain a deep insight into how the pay-TV and free-to-air sectors are faring in North America and Latin America & the Caribbean.
  • Assess the prospects for traditional TV technologies (cable, satellite, terrestrial, and IPTV) right across the Americas region.

Key questions answered

  • Are traditional TV technologies successfully combating cord-cutting against strong competition from OTT video services?
  • Which operators will outperform the market by posting strong subscriber growth over the next five years?

Table of contents


  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Americas, Pay-TV and FTA Data and Forecasts to 2020
  • Further reading
  • Author and forecaster

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