Satellite TV Primed for Global Takeover?

Moresco, Justin
February 2008
Red Herring;2/12/2008, p5
Trade Publication
The article forecasts that the global satellite pay-television (TV) market will expand at a brisk pace with revenue expected to grow nearly 50 percent by 2011. According to a report issued by In-Stat, rapid growth in less-mature markets like Asia, Eastern Europe and Africa, the advent of high definition (HD TV) and free or discounted digital video recorders (DVR) will influence growth. It is also predicted that by 2011, satellite pay-TV will have 129 million subscribers worldwide.


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