Canada - Digital TV Broadcasting

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Last updated: 16 Apr 2010 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 13

Analyst: Lawrence Baker


Archived report: this report was archived in December 2010 and has not been updated.

During the late 2010s Canadian TV and video markets were experiencing significant changes, characterised by convergence with digital media, broadband and telecommunications services. Cable TV operators and telcos, and to a lesser extent satellite companies, were increasingly competing for the triple play consumer. The slow but steady transition from analogue to digital TV was increasing the use of new products and services such as VoD and High Definition services. Rising broadband penetration continued to drive the triple play market, with around 95% of all Canadian households passed by broadband networks by early 2010. Broadband penetration was also fostering the emergence of IPTV and was driving the migration from traditional circuit-switched telephone lines to VoIP telephony.

This report provides analysis and statistics of the Canadian digital TV industry in the context of this emerging triple play market.

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