State of the Canadian TV market Q1 2017

July 26, 2017  | Subscribers Only

Erik Brannon Erik Brannon Associate Director – Research and Analysis, Service Providers & Platforms
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Pay TV penetration is on the decline as households cut the cord, and more importantly, newly forming households don’t subscribe to pay TV video in the first place. The number of new households who are taking broadband rather than video is significant, a-la-carte bundling has not lead to renewed growth in video.

In this report:

  • Pay TV market overview
  • Operators – Key developments Q4 and full year 2016   
  • The economic influence     
  • Pay TV overview        
  • Pay TV statistics         
  • Pay TV revenue and ARPU
  • Pay TV operators       
  • The Canadian pay TV market
  • Cable quarterly and annual developments    
  • Cable broadband developments 
  • Cable revenue and ARPU  
  • Satellite quarterly and annual developments
  • Satellite revenue and ARPU        
  • IPTV quarterly and annual developments     
  • IPTV revenue and ARPU

List of tables and charts:

  • Housing starts by type (000)
  • Entertainment and recreation spending per household per year
  • Real GDP per capita per year
  • TV Households, Pay TV Subscribers and Penetration
  • Canadian TV household composition - Q1 2017
  • Quarterly video subscriber adds by platform
  • Growth in non-pay TV TV households
  • Pay TV Video ARPU (Monthly)
  • Pay TV Revenues and ARPUs
  • Pay TV homes and penetration - Annual
  • Pay TV homes and penetration - Quarterly
  • Pay TV revenue and ARPU ($CAD)
  • Cable quarterly subscriber additions by pipeline (000s)
  • Cable quarterly net basic video subscriber additions
  • Cable yearly net broadband subscriber additions
  • Cable quarterly net broadband subscriber additions
  • Cable revenues and ARPUs ($CAD)
  • Advanced subscriber penetration - Q1 2017
  • Satellite TV subscribers and growth
  • Satellite TV Revenue and ARPU ($CAD)
  • IPTV TV subscribers and growth
  • IPTV quarterly net TV subscriber additions
  • IPTV revenue and ARPU ($CAD) 

Number of Pages: 21

Number of Tables and Charts: 23

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.

Geography
Canada
Research by Market
Media & Advertising
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