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Biz:TV Service Providers - UK - October 2013.Whilst the pay TV sector is in a healthy position, providers will be under greater pressure to stay ahead of subscription-free products and services.

Biz:TV Service Providers - UK - October 2013.Whilst the pay TV sector is in a healthy position, providers will be under greater pressure to stay ahead of subscription-free products and services.

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  • TV Service Providers - UK October 2013 Whilst the pay TV sector is in a healthy position, providers will be under greater pressure to stay ahead of subscription-free products and services. Although pay TV providers have so far seen off much of the threat from free-view-view platforms, smart TVs and wireless streaming services will arguably present an even greater challenge in years to come. As these devices reach more people, consumers will start to expect a strong on-demand platform as standard, which could put a cap on the premium that companies can charge for TV subscriptions. To check out the complete table of contents, visit: http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis-details/tvservice-providers-uk-october-2013 TABLE OF CONTENT Introduction Definition Abbreviations Executive Summary The market Volume Figure 1: Forecast volume of pay TV subscribers, 2008-18 Value
  • Figure 2: Forecast value of pay TV subscriptions, 2008-18 Market drivers Providers focus on triple-play bundles in order to improve retention Figure 3: Take-up of bundled communications services, 2005-13 A third of smart TV users reconsidering pay TV subscription Figure 4: Attitudes towards smart TV, 2013 Sports segment pushed on by BT cash injection Figure 5: Multichannel spend (by broadcasters and service providers) and subscription revenue, by genre, 2012 The consumer Sky still leads the way as its focus changes to maximising revenue from existing customers Figure 6: Consumers’ subscription status and awareness of pay TV service providers, August 2013 Freeview received by over two thirds of consumers Figure 7: TV services have in the home, August 2013 ‘Free’ BT Sport offers ensure early sign-ups Figure 8: BT Sport subscription uptake, August 2013 On-demand is now in demand amongst pay TV subscribers Figure 9: Attitudes towards pay TV services, August 2013 Almost half of non-subscribers could be tempted to sign up to pay TV Figure 10: Factors that could encourage non-subscribers to pay for TV services, August 2013 What we think Click Here To Dwonload Sample Report: http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/sample/sample/177433
  • Issues in the Market Will the improvement of subscriptionfree services limit the value of pay TV? How can BT use sport to win customers from its rivals? How can providers retain consumers beyond initial contracts? Are free-to-view services set to decline beyond 2013? Trend Application Trend: Nouveau Poor Trend: Make it Mine Mintel Futures: Access Anything, Anywhere Market Drivers Key points Providers focus on triple-play bundles in order to improve retention Figure 11: Take-up of bundled communications services, 200513 Figure 12: Fixed broadband market share, 2007-12 Television has divorced from the TV Figure 13: Sky Go app, shown on an iPad, launched 2011 (formerly known as Sky Player and Sky Mobile TV) A third of smart TV users reconsidering pay TV subscription Figure 14: Attitudes towards smart TV, 2013 Service bundling: should providers embrace competition? Standard of TV programming alienating older consumers… Figure 15: Opinion on programme standards over the last 12 months, by age, 2012
  • but watching television still the most popular media activity by far Figure 16: Which media activity would UK adults miss the most 2005-12 Sports segment pushed on by BT cash injection Figure 17: Multichannel spend (by broadcasters and service providers) and subscription revenue, by genre, 2012 TV advertising revenue curbed by move to digital Figure 18: Total TV advertising expenditure (all channels), JulyJune 2008/09-2012/13 About Us MarketResearchReports.Biz is the most comprehensive collection of market research reports. MarketResearchReports.Biz services are specially designed to save time and money for our clients. We are a one stop solution for all your research needs, our main offerings are syndicated research reports, custom research, subscription access and consulting services. We serve all sizes and types of companies spanning across various industries.
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