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Satellite TV Platforms, World Survey & Prospects to 2021 (2012 Edition)

  • ID: 2372799
  • May 2012
  • Region: Global
  • 280 Pages
  • Euroconsult

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ADD (Middle East)
  • CanalSat (France)
  • DirecTV (United States)
  • Dsmart (Turkey)
  • North America
  • Skylife (South Korea)
  • MORE

An exclusive, in-depth analysis for strategic planning in the pay-TV sector. Satellite TV Platforms, World Survey and Prospects to 2021 includes analysis and review of the 137 satellite TV platforms in service around the world, as well as key trends, growth drivers and forecasts critical for business planning. It provides detailed benchmarks of TV platforms' business models and assesses their success and strategies during these challenging economic and financial times.

Satellite TV Platforms' Performances

- Review of business models
- Winning & losing commercial strategies
- Benchmark of key financial performance indicators (ARPU, churn, SAC, channels)

Ten Year Forecasts by Country

- Subscriptions, revenues, TV channels & satellite capacity demand

Analysis of Commercial Strategies & Value-Added Services

- HD, DVRs, 3D
- Case studies
- Pricing & programming

Satellite Capacity Demand

- Satellite capacity leased by platform & orbital position
- Benchmark of capacity prices

Six Regional Profiles, Including Nearly 40 Profiles of Key DTH Players

- Market indicators & trends
- Best practices & platforms' strategies
- Competitive environment
- Forecasts for revenues & subscribers (by country)
- New satellite TV platforms projects

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ADD (Middle East)
  • CanalSat (France)
  • DirecTV (United States)
  • Dsmart (Turkey)
  • North America
  • Skylife (South Korea)
  • MORE

Part 1: Strategic Issues &
Forecasts

Strategic Issues for the Satellite Pay-TV Industry

- Positive results for the satellite TV industry despite weaker economy
- Emerging digital markets show no signs of slowdown
- Value added services at the center of growth strategies
- HDTV and emerging digital TV markets drive channel roll-outs
- Satellite pay-TV platforms face increasing competition
- Synthesis of key drivers and inhibitors

Forecasts for Satellite Pay-TV

- 350 million subscribers expected by 2021 for satellite TV platforms
- Satellite TV platforms: A $148 billion market in 2021
- 31,000 satellite pay-TV channels distributed by 2021
- Demand for satellite capacity to grow by an average 5% by 2021
- Satellite capacity is expected to be driven by HDTV and emerging formats

Part 2: Commercial & Financial Performance of Satellite Pay-TV Commercial Performance of Satellite Pay-TV Platforms

- A relatively stable value chain of satellite TV
- Close to 140 satellite pay-TV platforms are currently in operation
- A market of 184 million subscribers in 2011

Solid Financial Performance of Sat TV Platforms in 2011

- Satellite TV platforms generated $90 billion in revenues in 2011
- Value-added services as platform revenue growth drivers
- Recent increase in ARPU driven by value-added services
Controlling Costs in an Increasingly Competitive Landscape

- Programming rights are an essential part of commercial strategies
- Growing competition pushes platforms to continuously invest
- Customer retention slightly improved in 2011
Satellite Capacity as a Key Asset for Sat TV Platforms

- Capacity usage: A globally stable market in 2011
- Sat TV platforms adapt their capacity usage to market conditions
- 79 orbital positions used for satellite pay-TV distribution in 2011
- Benchmark of capacity pricing for satellite TV platforms
Satellite Pay-TV: A Profitable Industry

- Most satellite pay-TV platforms had a positive EBITDA in 2011
- Most platforms generated an operating profit in 2011

Part 3: Programming & Pricing Strategies Evolution in Sat Pay-TV Channels Offerings

- Continued growth in TV channels offered by satellite platforms
- Trends in content offered by satellite pay-TV platforms
- Key drivers for the size of satellite TV platforms channel offerings
Focus on HD Offerings in the Global Sat Pay-TV Market

- HDTV is slowly becoming a mass market product around the world
- HDTV: A growing influence on the satellite pay-TV market
Strategies Adopted for Non-Linear Video Services

- 1,150 Pay-Per-View channels were distributed by platforms in 2011
- PPV services can be a key differentiator in competitive markets
- Video on Demand and Over-The-Top services are gaining in popularity globally
Set-Top Boxes at the Center of Commercial Strategies

- Recent evolutions in features of set-top boxes
- DVRs are becoming the norm in commercial offerings
- Strategic goals behind the deployment of next-gen set-top boxes
Pricing Strategies are Adapted to Growing Competition

- Pricing trends of pay-TV packages
- Upfront costs strategies
- The market continues to be dominated by four operators
- Regional operators benefit from sat TV take off in emerging markets
Part 4: Regional Profiles

North & Latin America Western Europe Central & Eastern Europe Middle East & Africa Asia Pacific

Key Analysis for Each Region:

- Number of satellite subscriptions in 2011
- Forecasts of satellite subscriptions by country through 2021
- Number of pay-TV platforms
- Cable leads in the pay-TV market
- Number of channels broadcast
- Revenue from each regional platform in 2011 Regional profiles are analyzed in the same way, with dedicated graphs and tables for easy comparison:

Nearly 40 Company Profiles:

North America
Bell (Canada)
DirecTV (United States)
Dish Network (United States)
Shaw Direct (Canada)

Western Europe
Sky Digital (UK & Ireland)
CanalSat (France)
Canal+ (Spain)
Sky Deutschland (Germany)
Canal Digital (Scandinavia)
Sky Italia (Italy)
M7 Group (Canal Digitaal, CS Link, Skylink, Télésat, TV Vlaanderen)

Latin America
Dish Mexico
DirecTV Latin America
Telefonica (Latin America)
Via Embratel (Brazil)

Central and Eastern Europe
NTV+ (Russia)
Cyfra+ (Poland)
Cyfrowy Polsat (Poland)
DigiTV Romania
Tricolor TV (Russia)
N (Poland)
Dolce (Romania)
T-Home (Hungary
Middle East and Africa
ADD (Middle East)
Digiturk (Turkey)
Dsmart (Turkey)
Multichoice (Sub-Saharan Africa)
Orbit Showtime Network (Middle East)
Yes (Israel)

Asia Pacific
Astro (Malaysia)
Dish TV (India)
Indovision (Indonesia)
Skylife (South Korea)
SkyPerfecTV (Japan)
Sun Direct (India)
Tata Sky (India)

Each Profile Contains:

Company overview Overview and major shareholders. Operating Indicators Historical view of subscribers, revenue, growth rates, operating margin and revenue per subscriber. Indicators supplied may vary based on company information available or that can be estimated. Positioning & Commercial Performance Review of business activities, channels and services provided, geographic presence, pricing, trends in subscriptions and competitive environment Financial Performance Review and analysis of financial performance over the last five years. Strategic Outlook Company objectives and overview of company's plans for the long and short term.

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North America

- Bell (Canada)
- DirecTV (United States)
- Dish Network (United States)
- Shaw Direct (Canada)

Western Europe

- Sky Digital (UK & Ireland)
- CanalSat (France)
- Canal+ (Spain)
-Sky Deutschland (Germany)
- Canal Digital (Scandinavia)
- Sky Italia (Italy)
- M7 Group (Canal Digitaal, CS Link, Skylink, Télésat, TV Vlaanderen)

Latin America

- Dish Mexico
- DirecTV Latin America
- Telefonica (Latin America)
- Via Embratel (Brazil)

Central and Eastern Europe

- NTV+ (Russia)
- Cyfra+ (Poland)
- Cyfrowy Polsat (Poland)
- DigiTV Romania
- Tricolor TV (Russia)
- N (Poland)
- Dolce (Romania)
- T-Home (Hungary

Middle East and Africa

- ADD (Middle East)
- Digiturk (Turkey)
- Dsmart (Turkey)
- Multichoice (Sub-Saharan Africa)
- Orbit Showtime Network (Middle East)
- Yes (Israel)

Asia Pacific
- Astro (Malaysia)
- Dish TV (India)
- Indovision (Indonesia)
- Skylife (South Korea)
- SkyPerfecTV (Japan)
- Sun Direct (India)
- Tata Sky (India) "

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