Martyn Hannant

Martyn Hannant

Mr. Martyn Hannant, a principal analyst and manager at IHS Markit, leads research on TV markets in Europe.

Martyn joined Screen Digest, now IHS Markit, in 2011. Over this time, he has gained experience in analyzing the latest trends in the TV space, encompassing pay and free TV from a cable, satellite, terrestrial and IPTV perspective. He is responsible for tracking and analyzing major European television markets.

Martyn holds an MSc in Economics with distinction from the University of East Anglia, UK, with a specialization in competition economics, and a first-class Dual Honours degree in Economics and Finance from Keele University, UK.


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Telefónica Spain increases the value of its retained customer base, while Vodafone sheds pay TV subscribers

Spanish telco Telefónica managed to sustain its pay TV growth and increase its ARPU in Q2 2018. The operator ended the quarter with 3.93 million pay TV subscriptions across its IPTV and satellite offerings, up 7.3% year-on-year. Meanwhile, Telefónica’s main competitor in pay TV, Vodafone, reported a total TV subscriber base of 1,33 million at the end of Q2 2018, which marked a second consecutive quarter of decline for the operator.

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Media & Advertising
Western Europe Pay TV and Online Video 2017

The Western Europe pay TV and online video market monitor provides an in-depth insight into the key trends affecting the subscription video market in 2017. It includes data and analysis on pay TV operators, their subscribers and revenues, and the impact of online TV services on pay TV growth.

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Media & Advertising
Vodafone to acquire Liberty Global assets in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania

Vodafone is to acquire Liberty Global’s assets in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania, for a total value of €18.4 billion ($22.7 billion).

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Mobile & Telecom
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