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With the big three TV manufacturers (Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp) reporting billions in losses in FY 2011, TV manufacturers need a lifeline if theyre going to stay in business. Smart TVs and connected services may provide such a rescue. The global market of services on connected TVs will reach USD $3.23 Billion in 2016. This market will represent 16.8% of the OTT video market and about 1% of the global fixed video services market. These figures correspond to overall analysis of the deployment of connected TV services, which concluded that the right conditions for rolling out new services were not yet entirely there in early 2012, so researchers do not expect to see the market really take off until 2015.
New market research available from GII anticipates that paid services will play a leading role in the development of connected TV services. Worldwide paid services will represent 59% of the market for video services on connected TV.
The television sector is facing a profound restructuring, as players from formerly disparate sectors, such as TV, Internet and equipment vendors converge on the market. We are indeed currently nearing the end of a double phenomenon known as cordcutting (in which consumers will combine free access to linear television via digital terrestrial and satellite with a fee-consumption via OTT services) and cord-shaving (in which consumers will scrap their paid cable and IPTV plans for low cost OTT offers or a limited consumption of VOD services). Given the pioneer position of the United States with respect to attractive OTT service offerings, IDATE believes that they will remain the largest market for connected TV services, harboring up to 61% of the total market.
In this report, IDATE monitors the market trends affecting the market through a three level approach providing end user devices & video services market data, highlighting innovation pulses and key players moves.
An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/iu251796-world-television-market.html
This research service provides an in-depth analysis of the global connected devices market and its impact on electronics supply chain participants. The connected devices market includes units shipped for mobile phones, laptops and tablets, gaming consoles, e-readers, Blu-Ray players and 3D TV. It includes segmentation by technology, application, and geographical region. The study also highlights market drivers and restraints, and its implications on OEM providers, component manufacturers and equipment manufacturers. An overview of technology trends and a growth strategy analysis are also included.
An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/fs251792-global-analysis-future-connected-devices-impact-on.html
The global FPD (Flat Panel Display) TV industry is to concentrate on promotional sales toward year-end 2012. With growth in major regional markets slowing down and 3D TV fad diminishing, branded vendors are eyeing on smart TV products in 2012 to sustain prices of end-market products through software applications and services amid the fixed hardware costs. This report provides an insight into the global and Taiwanese smart TV market and product developments in 2012 and beyond and examines product strategies of major smart TV branded vendors.
An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/iii251471-worldwide-smart-tv-market-product-development.html