Eastern European OTT TV and video revenues [for 18 countries] will reach $1,976 million in 2021; up from only $26 million recorded in 2010 and $454 million in 2015, according to a new report from Digital TV Research.
The Eastern Europe OTT TV & Video Forecasts report states that Russia accounted for half the region’s OTT revenues in 2015 and will remain at around this level for the next five years. From the $1,522 million additional revenues between 2015 and 2021, Russia will provide $724 million, with Poland bringing in a further $220 million.
Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “The Eastern European OTT TV and video sector is more immature than most of the rest of the world. Although this is changing with several platform launches, the region will still have lots of room for growth after 2021.”
SVOD [subscription video on-demand] will become the region’s largest OTT revenue source in 2016. SVOD revenues will total $1,142 million by 2021 – up from only $4 million in 2010. Russia (up by $460 million between 2015 and 2021 – or more than sextupling) will remain the SVOD revenue leader, with Poland taking second place.
Published in July 2016, this 110-page PDF and excel report contains comprehensive coverage of the Eastern Europe OTT TV & video sector (subscribers/homes, transactions and revenues. SVOD, Ad-supported (AVOD), rental/pay-per-view and download-to-own/electronic sell-through (DTO or EST)) for 18 countries, including:
• Executive Summary.
• Regional forecasts summary from 2010 to 2021
• Comparison forecast tables.
• Individual country forecasts.
• Country profiles
Download a copy of the Table of Contents here
1 AIB Global Source Book (5 user PDF)
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3 Digital TV Sub-Saharan Afric (1-5 users)
4 Connected TV Forecasts (1-5 users)
5 TV Formats in Europe (1-5 users)