DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Eastern
Europe Pay TV Forecasts” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s
Pay TV revenues in Eastern Europe will peak at $6.95 billion in 2019 –
before slowly falling to $6.59 billion by 2024. Analog cable revenues
will drop by $844 million over this period, so digital pay TV revenues
will increase by $502 million to $6.56 billion.
Simon Murray, a Principal Analyst, said: Tough times continue in Eastern
Europe, with poor job prospects forcing many to seek work abroad. This
migration married with low birth rates mean that the number of TV
households will fall in 18 countries between 2018 and 2024 – with the
region’s TV households dropping by 2.5 million.
Murray continued: The number of pay TV subscribers in Eastern Europe
will decline from 82.33 million at end-2018 to 78.64 million in 2024.
Not great news but better than the US situation.
Eastern Europe is slowly ridding itself of the legacy of analog cable
TV. There were still 17.67 million analog cable subscribers by end-2018.
This total will fall to 568,000 by 2024. The number of digital pay TV
subscribers will increase by 13 million between 2018 and 2024 to 78
million – or up by 21%.
This 224-page PDF, PowerPoint and excel report comes in three
Outlook: Forecasts for 22 countries in a 57-page PowerPoint document
full of charts, graphs and bullet points;
Excel workbook covering each year from 2010 to 2024 for 22 countries
by household penetration, by pay TV subscribers, by pay TV revenues
and by major operator. As well as summary tables by country and by
Insight: Detailed country-by-country analysis in an 87-page PDF
- Digi TV
- ER Telecom
- Max TV
- Multimedia Polska
- Neo TV
- Nova Digi/Slovak Telekom
- NTV Plus
- Orange TV
- Telekom Romania
- Telekom Srbija
- Total TV
- and more…
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/ejih9m
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