Pay TV revenues for 138 countries increased by $32 billion between 2010 and 2016 to reach $202 billion. However, only $1.23 billion was added in 2016, according to the Global Pay TV Revenue Databook.
Simon Murray, Principal Analyst at Digital TV Research, said: “Despite its pay TV revenues being higher in 2016 than in 2010, North America peaked in 2015. Its 2016 total was $1.77 billion down on 2015. Although no decline was recorded, European pay TV revenue growth has slowed down considerably.”
More positively, the Asia Pacific region added $10.21 billion between 2010 and 2016 – up by 42% to $34.38 billion. Latin America increased by 78% to $18.44 billion. Sub-Saharan Africa more than doubled its total to $4.20 billion.
Published in June 2017, the Global Pay TV Revenue Databook report covers 220 pages in two parts:
• A PDF giving a global Executive Summary, comparison tables and rankings.
• An excel workbook providing data (2010-2016) for each of the 138 countries covered, comparison and ranking tables; covering pay TV revenues [subscriptions and on-demand revenues for movies and TV episodes].ables; covering pay TV revenues [subscriptions and on-demand revenues for movies and TV episodes].
Download the Table of Contents here
1 AIB Global Source Book (5 user PDF)
2 Digital TV Eastern Europe (1-5 users)
3 Digital TV Sub-Saharan Afric (1-5 users)
4 Connected TV Forecasts (1-5 users)
5 TV Formats in Europe (1-5 users)