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Introduction

Ovum's TV data and forecasts for the Americas region include a full update of detailed metrics for digital cable, analog cable, pay DTH, free DTH, IPTV, analog terrestrial, and digital terrestrial (DTT). The forecasts also include pay-TV revenues, bundle splits, ARPU, operator forecasts, a breakdown between subscription and on-demand revenues for 10 countries, and UHD/4K service forecasts.

Highlights

  • Digital terrestrial TV is making strong progress in Latin America & the Caribbean. Ovum forecasts that the region will pass 100 million digital terrestrial TV households in 2018 and move on to 140 million by the end of 2021.

Features and Benefits

  • Gain detailed data and forecasts showing how the pay-TV and free-to-air sectors are progressing in the Americas.
  • Assess how pay-TV ARPU is faring against growing competition from OTT video services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Key questions answered

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

Table of contents

Summary

  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Americas: Pay-TV & FTA Forecasts to 2021

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