State of the Latam pay TV operator market Q1 2015 - Low penetration means big opportunity

August 13, 2015  | Subscribers Only

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Unlike more developed media markets, Latin America (Mexico, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil) offers significant room for video subscriber growth: pay TV penetration reached 45.5% in Q1 2015.

In this report:

  • Key developments Q1 2015 - Operators
  • Key developments Q1 2015 – Operators cont.
  • Key developments Q1 2015 - Programmers
  • Low penetration equals significant opportunity
  • Latin America – Market overview
  • Pay TV video positive in Q1 2015
  • Latam pay TV channels U.S. groups prolific
  • Mexico
  • Satellite takes over the pay TV business in Mexico
  • Mexico – Pay TV packages and focus
  • Mexico – Market overview
  • Mexican pay TV growth continues to stabilize
  • Mexican carriage fees poised for growth
  • Argentina
  • In Argentina cable dominates pay TV
  • Argentina - Pay TV packages and focus
  • Argentina – Market overview
  • Argentine cable weakens as satellite stays strong
  • Top U.S. channels typically found in same bundle
  • Chile
  • Plenty of room for pay TV growth
  • Chile - Pay TV packages and focus
  • Chile – Market overview
  • Pay TV boosted by sustained gains at satellite
  • High digital penetration leads to growing HD channels
  • Brazil
  • The nascent pay TV business set to explode
  • Brazil - Pay TV packages and focus
  • Brazil – Market overview
  • Net Servicos beats satellite
  • Turner and Fox lead outside channel growth in Brazil

List of tables and charts:

  • Key developments Q1 2015 - Operators
  • Key developments Q1 2015 - Programmers
  • Latam - Pay TV basic video subscribers and penetration
  • LatAm - TV household composition - Q1 2015
  • LatAm - Pay TV Homes and Penetration
  • LatAm - Quarterly video subscriber adds by pipeline
  • LatAm - Satellite cooling leads to fewer net adds
  • LatAm - Pay TV uptake continues
  • LatAm - Top 15 Channels by Primary Subscribers (Ranked by 2015)
  • LatAm - Carriage fee growth drives channel revenue
  • Mexico - Pay TV basic video subscribers and penetration
  • Mexico - TV household composition - Q1 2015
  • Mexico – Pay TV packages and focus
  • Mexico - Pay TV Homes and Penetration
  • Mexico - Cable quarterly net basic video subscriber additions
  • Mexico - Quarterly video subscriber adds by pipeline
  • Mexico - Satellite cooling leads to fewer net adds
  • Mexico - Pay TV uptake continues
  • Mexico - Top 15 Channels by Primary Subscribers (Ranked by 2015)
  • Mexico - Carriage fee growth drives channel revenue
  • Argentina - Pay TV basic video subscribers and penetration
  • Argentina - TV household composition - Q1 2015
  • Argentina - Pay TV packages and focus
  • Argentina - Pay TV Homes and Penetration
  • Argentina - Cable quarterly net basic video subscriber additions
  • Argentina - Pay TV Homes and Penetration
  • Argentina - Cable quarterly net basic video subscriber additions
  • Argentina - Quarterly video subscriber adds by pipeline
  • Argentina - Satellite cooling leads to fewer net adds
  • Argentina - Pay TV uptake continues
  • Argentina - Top 15 Channels by Primary Subscribers (Ranked by 2015)
  • Argentina - Carriage fee growth drives channel revenue
  • Chile - Pay TV basic video subscribers and penetration
  • Chile - TV household composition - Q1 2015
  • Chile - Pay TV packages and focus
  • Chile - Pay TV Homes and Penetration
  • Chile - Cable quarterly net basic video subscriber additions
  • Chile - Quarterly video subscriber adds by pipeline
  • Chile - Satellite cooling leads to fewer net adds
  • Chile - Pay TV uptake continues
  • Chile - Top 15 Channels by Primary Subscribers (Ranked by 2015)
  • Chile - Carriage fee growth drives channel revenue
  • Brazil - Pay TV basic video subscribers and penetration
  • Brazil - TV household composition - Q1 2015
  • Brazil - Pay TV packages and focus
  • Brazil - Pay TV Homes and Penetration
  • Brazil - Cable quarterly net basic video subscriber additions
  • Brazil - Quarterly video subscriber adds by pipeline
  • Brazil - Satellite cooling leads to fewer net adds
  • Brazil - Pay TV uptake continues

Number of pages: 35

Number of charts and tables: 50

Erik Brannon

Associate Director – Research and Analysis, Service Providers & Platforms

Mr. Erik Brannon, the associate director of research and analysis at IHS Markit, specializes in pay-TV operators and channels.

Harold Vargas

Senior Analyst, Television Media

Harold Vargas is a member of the US media team that is responsible for coverage of U.S. pay-TV operators and television content owning media conglomerates.

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