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Introduction

A detailed update of Algeria's TV market, encompassing free-to-air and pay TV across all TV technologies, plus next-generation TV initiatives and OTT video. Includes digital terrestrial TV developments, revenue, market shares, programming, and advertising.

Highlights

  • Algeria’s pay-TV market is struggling with both piracy issues and gray market issues. Many people access pay-TV content illegally via descrambling boxes or via smart cards purchased in France and forwarded to households in Algeria. As a result, legitimate pay-TV operations struggle to find an audience.
  • TV household numbers are set to grow by 9.7% to 6.8 million by 2021, covering almost all of the population. This growth will mainly be driven by free DTH, which will reinforce its already strong position and see it become the primary TV service in 96% of TV homes by 2021.

Features and Benefits

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of Algeria's TV market.
  • Analyze the impact of piracy on Algeria's TV market.

Key questions answered

  • What are the key market dynamics in Algeria's TV industry?
  • How developed is the TV advertising industry in Algeria?

Table of contents

Summary

  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Algeria TV Update

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