With 130 platforms across 18 countries covered in the Latin America Pay TV Operator Forecasts report, 25 operators will collectively generate 88% of Latin American pay TV subscribers by end-2016 - again this share will be maintained until the end of the forecast period. The regional pay TV subscriber total will climb from 72.02 million by end-2016 to 83.56 million by 2021.
There are some sizeable domestic players beyond the pan-regional players. Argentina’s Cablevision (which also has operations in neighboring Uruguay) will climb to fourth place by 2021. Mexico’s Televisa has merged its cable operations into a single entity. The company is also the majority owner of the Sky satellite TV platform.
The 25 featured operators will continue with their 90%+ share of Latin American pay TV revenues for the next five years. DirecTV/Sky and Claro together will take 62% of the 2016 total, although this share will fall slightly by 2021. Latin American pay TV revenues will grow from $18.31 billion in 2016 to $19.82 billion by 2021.
Published in August 2016, this 134-page electronically-delivered report comes in two parts:
- A 96-page PDF giving an executive summary, operator analysis, country-by-country analysis and forecasts.
- An excel workbook giving comparison tables and country-by-country forecasts in detail for 25 operators with 130 platforms across 18 territories for every year from 2010 to 2021.
Digital cable subs
Analog cable subs
Pay IPTV subscribers
Pay digital satellite TV subs
Pay DTT homes
Total pay TV subscribers
Pay TV revenues
By operator (and by platform by operator):
Pay TV subscribers
Share of pay TV subscribers by operator
Subscription & VOD revenues
Share of pay TV revenues by operator