Changing Dynamics Of The Global Digital Broadcasting Market Outlook: Ken Research

The global broadcasting and cable TV industry have been constantly underdeveloped since few decades. Acceptance of the pioneer technologies, multimedia broadcasting channels and increasing populace of enthusiastic subscribers has been a foremost market leader. Transformation in the customer preferences namely as viewing the content of their choice, at the desired time, on their devices and new developments namely online video stream, digital recorders, and video on requirement may fuel the market. Moreover, the video and television delivery platforms are progressively becoming multidimensional, as programming preferences move towards on-demand content utilizing the multiple devices. The development of the internet and other digital infrastructure is prominent to the growth of online video platforms, which is, in turn, manipulating the observing patterns of customers across the globe.Digital Broadcasting Market

According to the report analysis, ‘Global Digital Broadcasting Market (2018-2023)’ states that in the global digital broadcasting market there are numerous key players which presently functioning more positively for leading the fastest market growth and dominating the high value of a market share around the globe in the coming years more positively while increasing the price at a reasonable price, developing the technologies, increasing the implementation of 3G and 4G technologies, and spreading the awareness includes DTH, DISH Network, Etisalat (eLifeTV), DTT, Arris International, Sichuan Changhong Network Technologies Co., Ltd., Mobile pay TV, Netflix, Hulu, Digital Radio, iHeartRadio, Spotify, IPTV, Wiseplay, Perfect Player and several others.

Based on the pay-TV sector, the pay-TV grouping, the DTH sector will attain 43% of the market share by 2023. It is anticipated to observe the uppermost growth, as broadband penetration and implementation of 3G and 4G technologies are growing, thereby leading to an outpouring in Internet usage. Moreover, audiences are willing to pay for premium content to relish the advertisement-free entertainment.

On the basis of the free-to-air TV sector, the free-to-air TV sector is anticipated to enlarge at a CAGR of 19.82% during the review period of 2018-2023. In countries such as the United Kingdom (U.K.) and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), there is a noteworthy number of free-to-air satellite TV viewers. In the case of digital broadcasting, the number of free-to-air TV audiences is quite less. However, the DTT free-to-air sub-segment creates more revenue in assessment to the DTT pay-TV sub-segment.

Although, on the basis of digital radio sector, the digital radio sector is anticipated to enlarge at a CAGR of 14.63% during the 2018-2023 period. North America underwrites the highest revenue in this sector. Deteriorating costs of collecting, streaming, and packing data and augmenting the usage of the advanced infrastructure are fueling the digital radio market. The appearance of the fresh players in the music streaming industry has assumed a significant boom up to the market.

In 2018, North America region registered for an approximately 28% share of the global digital broadcasting market, meanwhile APAC registered for a sophisticated market share owing to the swift penetration of broadband services. The share of the North American digital broadcasting market is deteriorating owing to growth in licensing fees and a shift in viewers’ predilection from television content to mobile content. Therefore, in the coming years, it is anticipated that the market of the digital broadcast will increase around the globe over the near years.

Companies covered:-


DISH Network

Etisalat (eLifeTV)


ARRIS International Plc

Sichuan Changhong Network Technologies Co., Ltd.

Mobile pay TV



Digital radio





Perfect Player
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Global Digital Broadcasting Market Research Report

Related Report:-

Digital Broadcasting Market in India 2015

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Ken Research

Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications


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