China HDTV (High-Definition Television) Market Report 2007
- ID: 497642
- June 2007
- Region: China
- 16 pages
- Research In China
HDTV stepped into its booming period in the year of 2003; currently, about 700 hours and 40 HD programs are played in the world every week. Besides, the global HDTV household subscribers outnumbered 15.5 million at the end of 2005, with the industrial market scale of USD 42.1 billion. Up to now, 90% of Americas TV stations have began to manufacture HD programs; and Japans HD news and sports programs were comprehensively started in the year of 2006.
In 2006, Chinas digital TV industry made great progress. 25 cities have completed the digitalization of cable television, and the integrative transition of 21 cities was implemented in 2006.
According to the statistics from the State Administration of Radio, Film and TV, the amount of Chinas digital TV users increased to 12.9 million at the end of 2006 from the 4.39 million at the end of 2005, including 4.5 million of pay digital TV subscribers. Its estimated that Chinas digital TV subscribers may reach 70 million in 2010.
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1.The global HDTV is entering a booming period
2.China has possessed the condition to rapidly develop HDTV
3.Chinese government strongly supports the development of HDTV
4.Equipments for most Chinas residents to receive HD TV programs exist
5.Chinas HD industry grows fast and the charged fee for HD channels tends to decline
6.Chinas residents badly need HDTV programs
7.Chinas HDTV industry has taken shape its initial scale
8.Beijing 2008 Olympics will boost Chinas domestic HDTV industry
9.Analysis on major listed company: China Television Media Co., Ltd.
Amount of Americas DTV and HDTV subscribers
Flow chart of HDTV
Statistics and forecast of Chinas LCD TV and PDP TV sales volume
Amount of Chinas cable TV and pay DTV subscribers
Forecast on amount of Chinas cable DTV and cable TV subscribers
Forecast on amount of Chinas HDTV subscribers
Theoretical structure of DTV market scale
Comparison of image display effects of varied televisions
Three HDTV program providers
Variation of TV consumption hours influenced by income
Development trend of watching fee for HDTV channels