Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the past five years, the Satellite TV Providers industry has faced a turnaround in subscriber numbers, as consumers migrate towards the streaming competitors. Until 2012, the industry continued adding subscribers, albeit at a decreasing rate. In 2012, however, the industry had its first decline in subscriber numbers. The industry is highly concentrated, with two national satellite TV providers, dominating the market. These operators have taken steps to improve their service quality and range of programming by upgrading their satellite networks. Over the five years to 2021, intense competition from established cable providers, as well as emerging internet-protocol television (IPTV) providers and streaming services is expected to limit any significant revenue... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry SWOT Analysis Chapter
The Satellite TV Providers industry has just turned the corner into the decline stage of its life cycle. Over the 10 years to 2021, industry value added (i.e. the industry's contribution to the overall economy) is forecast to grow at an annualized 0.9%. By contrast, GDP is anticipated to grow 1.9% per year on average over the same period. The industry's subscribers have experienced very inconsistent growth and, in some years, have experienced declines. This comes as a result of pressures from alternative broadcast distribution companies, particularly online subscription services.
Over the past five years, industry companies have taken steps to expand the range and quality of programming that they provide as well as introduce new services... purchase to read more