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The consumption of digital media is now a conventional, commonplace activity, ingrained into the fabric of everyday life. And thanks to the growth of broadband, consumers find it easier than ever to watch a streaming movie, interface with a mobile app or interact on social media. But as market players, customer offerings and infrastructure investments for digital media continue to expand both regionally and globally, unsettling new models promise to shake up things even more.

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  • Max Signorelli | October 25, 2018
    Incumbent German telco Deutsche Telekom have launched a virtual pay TV offer of its IPTV service. Magenta TV Plus is now available on a standalone basis, in addition to previously available multiscreen offer.
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  • Jun Wen Woo, Kia Ling Teoh | October 05, 2018
    The National Administration of TV and Radio (NATR), the newly formed Chinese media regulator, has published a draft discussion of the Provisions on Administration of Import and Broadcasting of Overseas Audio-Visual Programs. The provisions will aim to regulate the distribution of foreign content, including movies, TV shows, animation and documentaries. Media industry players were invited to comment on the draft until 19 October 2018.
  • Tim Westcott, Aled Evans | September 14, 2018
    The UK Government has published guidance for the broadcasting and video-on-demand sector in the event that the country leaves the European Union (EU) on 29 March 2019 without an agreement on its future relationship with the other 27 countries. Similar guidance notes have been published for other sectors which will be impacted in a 'no deal' scenario. The government note states this is 'unlikely' to happen.

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Holistic, global view of the rapidly evolving advertising and marketing terrain. The only product of global scope and reach to cover in detail established media including cinema, magazines, newspapers, radio and television; as well as the emerging, digital-driven landscape of mobile and online platforms.
Broadband Media Intelligence provides detailed, constantly updated company and market information on the broadband access and online entertainment industries of 50 markets worldwide.
IHS Markit Connected Devices & Media Consumption Intelligence Service - Premium combines key addressable market information with in-depth consumer survey data and analysis to provide unparalleled coverage of connected devices and media consumption.
This Service (formerly called "Broadband Technology Intelligence Service") provides time-critical information on the technical aspects of the connected home, ranging from broadband access to online video distribution and domestic hardware.
"Must have" analysis of the major consumer technology platforms and ecosystems and how they are transforming the digital world.
Premium service available to IHS Markit Technology clients subscribing to all TV Intelligence, Video Intelligence and Broadband Media Intelligence Services. Includes key metrics for 14 distribution channels across 38 individual countries and 8 regional totals, offering the most complete picture available of the paid-for home entertainment market.

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  • Icon Tim Westcott | November 07, 2018
    The Media & Technology Digest provides a monthly analysis of the key trends and innovations shaping the global technology landscape. Written by our senior analysts the digest includes a detailed focus on key industry hot topics, analysis of all major industry and product announcements with in-depth examinations of significant industry trends.
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  • Martyn Hannant, Maria Rua Aguete | November 05, 2018
    The European Broadband Cable Yearbook, produced in association with trade body Cable Europe, is widely recognised as the definitive guide to the European Cable Industry. Published continuously for over a decade, this annual report contains detailed data on the size and value of the cable industry in all European Union countries as well as other European Economic Area markets. With company-level information and market wide analysis it shows trends in cable uptake, digital progression, revenue and ARPU, broadband cable and cable telephony. Also includes a written summary of the cable industry developments within each country over the last year.
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  • Max Signorelli, Dan Cryan | September 11, 2018
    In the decade or so since YouTube's launch, numerous competitors have swarmed to the free-to-view online video sector including Facebook and Amazon's Twitch in an attempt to draw audiences away from the worlds largest online video platform.
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  • Dan Cryan | October 12, 2018
    Database of music and video consumer revenues across physical, pay TV and online sectors with business model, format and genre splits. In local currency, Euros and US Dollars, fixed and variable exchange rate.
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  • Dan Cryan | October 12, 2018
    Database of music and video consumer spend across physical, pay TV and online sectors with business model, format and genre splits. In local currency, Euros and US Dollars, fixed and variable exchange rate.
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  • Julian Watson | September 09, 2016
    In this country profile: data, charts, insight on the Canada fixed voice, fixed broadband, mobile, pay TV and multiplay markets, plus comment on the major recent strategic and regulatory events.
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  • Daniel Simmons, Merrick Kingston | October 16, 2015
    This presentation provides a clear overview of the major trends and dynamics across the Set-Top Box and OTT/Multiscreen landscape, it examines the rationale behind the emergence of new business models, vendor consolidation and technological developments such as UHD.
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  • Jack Kent | September 25, 2015
    In this presentation given at the Service Delivery Innovation Summit in September 2015, IHS Senior Principal Analyst Jack Kent analyses: the current state of the mobile content and services business; trends in mobile funding and M&A activity; how operators are investing to drive revenues in new verticals; and content partnership strategies.
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  • Icon Executive Director – Research and Analysis, IHS Markit
    Mr. Dan Cryan is the executive director of Research and Analysis at IHS Markit and a thought leader in digital media coverage.

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