China - Broadcasting - Terrestrial, Digital and Satellite TV

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Last updated: 4 Aug 2005 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 11

Analyst: Paul Budde


Archived report: this report was archived September 2005 and has not been updated. China’s terrestrial TV services reach approximately 95% of China’s households. Digital TV in China is on the rise, and the government intends to end analogue broadcasts by 2010. In August 2004, four digital TV licences were issued to break China Central Television’s monopoly on digital television. The Chinese government’s announcement in October 2003 that it planned to transition from analogue to digital broadcasts via satellite in key urban areas by 2005 signalled a major push forward for the heavily regulated satellite TV market. This report provides an overview of the enormous terrestrial and satellite TV markets in China, including digital TV and IPTV.

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