Media Analysis | Business
By continuing to use this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device as described in our privacy policy unless you have disabled them. You can change your cookie settings at any time but parts of our site will not function correctly without them. [Close]

New research from analyst firm Parks Associates indicates that over 12 million US consumers have cancelled their home broadband service, with high cost cited as the most common reason.

Poorly-performing economies have hit the Latin American pay-TV market hard with the number of pay-TV subscribers falling by 4 million in the last two years says a study from Digital TV Research.
izzi cable 27Oct2020
Strategic core infrastructure investment, combined with advancements in software, have been cited as the primary factors by Comcast as allowing its network to perform at a high level despite massive demand from tens of millions of Americans transitioning to working and learning from home.
Comcast Network dig 3March2021
Even though the rate of declines petered out at the end of the year, albeit to a level still worse than a year ago, 2020 was officially an annus horribilis for the TV industry says research from MoffettNathanson with TV value chains upended as live and scripted entertainment decouple.
slingTV 19apr2018
A continued decline in cable TV subscriptions and a fall in the average spend per pay-TV account in the region will lead to pay-TV service revenues in Asia-Pacific dropping from US$61.6bn in 2020 to US$60.8 bn in 2025 due to slowdown in pay-TV household penetration, according to research from GlobalData.
APAC pay TV GlobalData 2march2021
While 2020 saw a boom in streaming, the traditional broadcasting sector held up well in the thirst for escapism and distraction helping every form of broadcaster TV - including live, on-demand and playback -  grow by 5% year on year says research from Thinkbox.
THINKBOX TV viewing 28 Feb 2021