Fateha Begum

Fateha Begum

Ms. Fateha Begum is an associate director of the Television Media Team at IHS Markit. Ms. Begum is responsible for overseeing the tracking and analysis of key trends across television media, online media and operator multiplay strategies with a focus on the changing behaviors of video consumption and the impact on telco strategies. Prior to returning to IHS Markit in 2017, she worked at Sky UK between 2014 to 2017, gaining experience across Sky's wide portfolio of set-top box and OTT on-demand services, including NOW TV, Boxsets, Sky Q and Sky Go. She has worked on a range of strategic projects, including scoping personalization and content recommendations across channels, leading first year growth plans for the Sky Kids App and reviewing Sky's short- and long-term TV apps strategy. She initially joined IHS, now IHS Markit, in 2010, and worked in the Television Media Team where her work spanned across three intelligence services: TV media, home entertainment and broadband media. In her role, she built extensive pay-TV on-demand models with detailed breakdowns on an operator level basis, covering more than 50 countries. She regularly liaised with key industry players including Hollywood Studios, TV operators and broadcasters. She has contributed to a range of ad hoc consultancies and spoken at key industry events. Ms. Fateha Begum holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.

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BT sees decline in TV customers while retail broadband remains strong

UK incumbent telco BT reported a decline in TV customers of 5,000 in the three months ending December 2017, while more than 35,000 retail broadband customers were added in the same period. By year end 2017, the operator had 1.76 million TV subscriptions and 9.3 million retail broadband customers.

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Sky and BT agree channel sharing deal for 2019

UK pay TV market leader Sky and incumbent telco BT have agreed to distribute each other’s channels on their respective platforms from early 2019. The agreement will see BT wholesale its BT Sports channels on Sky TV, while BT customers will be able to purchase and access Sky’s OTT service, NOW TV, via BT’s YouView set-top box.

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Cross-Platform Television Viewing Time 2016

Analysis of changes in television viewing behaviour across broadcast and digital platforms across the big five European markets. In this report, IHS Markit analysts examine key trends across linear, PVR-timeshifted, pay-TV VoD and online video viewing.

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