DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4qrcqk/israel_digital_tv) has announced the addition of the "Israel Digital TV Forecasts" report to their offering.
Israel achieved 100% digital TV penetration by end-2013, with analog terrestrial signals cut in 2011. Movement of households between platforms is not likely to be too significant from now on, despite the anticipated introduction of pay DTT and IPTV in 2017.
Due to government pressure and greater competition, ARPUs are expected to fall. Satellite TV and cable will still account for nearly all of the revenues by 2020 as IPTV will only provide $25 million and pay DTT $16 million. OTT will be more popular than IPTV.
Published in January 2016, the eight-page PDF and excel report comprises:
- Seven-page Digital TV Briefing PDF;
- One-page excel Digital TV Forecasts (see next pages);
- Five tables.
Forecasts (2010-2021) contain the following detail:
- Households (000)
- Digital cable subs/TV HH
- Stand-alone digital cable subs (000)
- Revenues (US$ million)
- Stand-alone IPTV revenues
- Satellite TV subscription revenues
- DTT subscription revs
- Subscription revenues
- Average Revenue Per User (ARPU - US$)
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