Sub-Saharan Africa TV and Online Video 2017

June 15, 2018  | Subscribers Only

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The Sub-Saharan Africa TV and Online Video 2017 Market Monitor provides a fully updated, comprehensive, analytical and insightful description of the state of the pay TV and the online subscription video markets in the Sub-Saharan African region.

It provides data and analysis on the major pay TV operators, their subscribers and revenues, their content strategies, their partnerships as well as their strategies for growth. As Sub-Saharan Africa is not a homogeneous region, the Market Monitor tracks how cultural and linguistic traits have shaped the preferences of TV viewers and have forced pay TV operators to adopt their strategies depending on the characteristics of each specific country.

The Monitor also provides full analysis and data on the state of the online subscription video market focusing on the major local and international players. It provides data on subscriptions, revenues and ARPUs as well as on partnerhsips, content startegies, investment and growth forecasting up to 2022.

List of tables and charts:

  • Chart 1: Sub-Saharan Africa: Households
  • Chart 2: Sub-Saharan Africa: Entertainment Expenditure
  • Chart 3: Sub-Saharan Africa: TV Household penetration by country
  • Chart 4: Sub-Saharan Africa: Share of pay TV net subscriber additions for Naspers vs StarTimes
  • Chart 5: Sub-Saharan Africa: OTT subscription revenues
  • Chart 6: Sub-Saharan Africa: OTT video service availability
  • Chart 7: Sub-Saharan Africa: Showmax subscribers
  • Chart 8: Sub-Saharan Africa: Showmax subscribers by country
  • Chart 9: Sub-Saharan Africa: Showmax, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video subscribers
  • Chart 10: Sub-Saharan Africa: Showmax, Netflix and Amazon prime Video revenues
  • Chart 11: Sub-Saharan Africa: OTT revenues
  • Chart 12: South Africa: Pay TV subscriptions 2010-2017
  • Chart 13: South Africa: Pay TV revenues 2010-2017 (in m ZAR)
  • Chart 14: South Africa: DStv satellite subscriptions
  • Chart 15: South Africa: DStv revenues and ARPU
  • Chart 16: South Africa: StarSat subscriptions
  • Chart 17: South Africa: StarSat revenues and ARPU
  • Chart 18: Nigeria: Pay TV subscribers by operator group and platform
  • Chart 19: Nigeria: Share of net-additions by operator group and platform
  • Chart 20: Nigeria: Television subscription revenue
  • Chart 21: Kenya: Pay TV subscribers by operator group and platform
  • Chart 22: Kenya: Share of net-additions by operator group and platform
  • Chart 23: Kenya: Television subscription revenue
  • Chart 24: Ghana: Pay TV subscribers by operator group and platform
  • Chart 25: Ghana: Share of net-additions by operator group and platform
  • Chart 26: Ghana: Television subscription revenue
  • Chart 27: Uganda: Pay TV subscribers by operator group and platform
  • Chart 28: Uganda: Share of net-additions by operator group and platform
  • Chart 29: Uganda: Television subscription revenue
  • Map 1: DTT transition: StarTimes and Naspers lead the process in most markets   

Number of Pages: 29

Number of Tables and Charts: 1 Map / 29 Charts

Constantinos Papavassilopoulos

Associate Director, Service Providers & Platforms, IHS Markit

Mr. Constantinos Papavassiliopoulos, associate director at IHS Markit, is responsible for covering TV and online video market developments.

Max Signorelli

Research Analyst – Home Entertainment, IHS Markit

Mr. Max Signorelli is a research analyst for Home Entertainment at IHS Markit.

Daniel Stevenson Sutton

Senior Research Analyst, Service Providers & Platforms

Mr. Daniel Sutton, senior research analyst at IHS Markit, covers the television industry and Sub-Saharan African television markets.

Geography
Sub-Saharan Africa
Research by Market
Media & Advertising
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