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pay television

[′pā ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən]
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The "Pay-TV Market Trends and Opportunities in Europe - 2019" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
In contrast, dominant local pay-TV provider NXE Australia, Foxtel's parent company, has recorded a decline in industry-specific revenue over the past five years.
The research defined six main categories of sports OTT providers and highlighted key trends and developments in the market including paid premium OTT sports services from the world's top sports leagues and clubs; pay-TV provider sports-oriented skinny bundles; the emergence of specialist OTT sports aggregators; and emerging sports content pricing and packaging models.
In his role at Broadpeak , Sachot will work with global pay-TV operators, helping them take advantage of the company's unique solutions, such as the nanoCDN multicastABR, for providing cloud DVR services as well as delivering live and VOD streaming services at scale with minimal latency.
(LRG), which specializes in research and analysis to better understand current market industries, the top pay-TV providers in the U.S., such as Comcast, lost 3.1 percent of subscribers in 2018 compared to a 1.6 percent loss in 2017. 
These companies sub-license theatrical, DVD, and free-TV rights in each individual country to national distributors and license pay-TV rights for all of Scandinavia to multinational pay-TV players.
DISH Network, through its subsidiaries, provides approximately 13.203 million pay-TV subscribers, as of September 30, 2017, with the highest-quality programming and technology with the most choices at the best value.
Simon Murray, principal analyst at Digital TV Research, explained: "Despite its pay-TV revenues being higher in 2016 than in 2010, North America peaked in 2015.
The resulting pinch on profitability is best viewed by examining the second quarter of 2015, which gives us the broadest base of pay-TV companies to look at prior to more recent consolidation.
One quarter (25%) of American homes do not subscribe to a pay-TV service, according to the 2016 "Ownership and Trend Report" from GfK.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-March 2, 2016-MTG divests Ukrainian pay-TV business