Global - Broadcasting - Analysis - Digital FTA market in 2005

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Last updated: 14 Mar 2006 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 9

Analyst: Kylie Wansink


Archived Report: this report was archived in March 2006 and has not been updated. After legislating for the transition from analogue to digital TV, governments around the world were unable to elicit significant interest in digital TV. Most models were based on the old broadcasting model and very few viewers had been prepared to pay big money for more of the same TV. The incumbent free-to-air broadcasters had also hindered its introduction so as to maintain their present infrastructures, and use their virtual monopolies on public opinion to force governments to comply. However, under the pressure of competition from broadband (TV) and other convergence activities things might have change in 2005 and beyond.

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