Ted Hall

Ted Hall

Mr. Ted Hall, director of research and analysis at IHS Markit, evaluates new trends impacting the pay-TV business.

Ted leads syndicated research and consultancy projects that address business-critical questions for companies operating in the TV space. His areas of responsibility include tracking and analyzing key new trends affecting the TV industry and assessing the impact these will have on pay-TV operators, broadcasters, content owners and other important players across the value chain.

Ted joined IHS Markit in 2015. He has been analyzing the TV industry since 2006, contributing to research, including reports, case studies, trackers and datasets, on a wide range of areas. Topics frequently covered include pay-TV diversification, platform evolution, multiscreen/online video, bundling strategies and channel evolution — all analyzed from a cable, DTH and telco perspective.

He is a regular speaker at industry events, and has presented at conferences in Paris, Shanghai, Brussels and other cities on topics such as the future of video, operator-SVoD partnerships and cable provider content strategies. Ted is widely quoted in trade publications and leading news outlets including the BBC, Financial Times, Bloomberg, The Guardian and Variety.

Ted graduated from the University of Reading, UK, with a first-class Honours degree in English Literature.


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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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Global Cord-Cutting Tracker 2017

The IHS Markit Global Cord-Cutting Tracker identifies the markets in which traditional pay TV is declining, a trend that is in most cases the result of cord-cutting – i.e. customers of traditional pay TV services (cable, satellite, IPTV or pay DTT) cancelling their subscriptions in favour of online video alternatives.

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Video as a core service for operators

This report analyses how telecoms operators are positioning video as a core service to maintain their market position and drivie future growth. Covering the 50 leading global operators this report provides case studies and best practices for video success.

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