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Monthly Archives: August 2012
There remain a few operators that have not reported for 2Q12, but early estimates indicate that Asia Pacific finally edged out EMEA for the most Telco TV subscribers in 2Q12. Global Telco TV subscribers are estimated at 67.2 million, representing … Continue reading
Second quarter seasonality driven largely by college disconnects and household moves made a significant impact on both North American Fixed Broadband and Pay-TV subscribers, as both experienced sharp declines in net additions during the quarter. Broadband net additions of 450,000 … Continue reading
The second quarter of the year proves to be challenging quarter for Pay-TV operators, and 2Q12 was no exception, as subscriber declines hit their highest levels to date. U.S. Pay-TV operators (MSOs, Satellite, Telco) lost a combined 364,000 subscribers. Although, “typical seasonality” … Continue reading