Future of TV Market 2025 Internet TV and Entertainment Operators (Disruptions Ahead)

The TV market is shaken to its very core, profound changes will happen between now and 2025. There will be – and already are– disruptions with important impacts on the audio visual landscape. Our new prospective report provides a snapshot of the most likely disruptions in TV content distribution up to 2025 as well as in user behaviour. It analyses how the industry’s structure is changing and then presents in detail the long-term options available to market players. Lastly the study also offers complete market figures up to 2025 for both retained scenarios. Complete report is available at .

Slideshow's contents A TV market being shaken to its very core

·  Consumers in the driver's seat amidst a plethora of content

·  Networks losing control of commercial sales and distribution

·  Ubiquitous competition

·  Weighing on prices

·  Altering revenue distribution

2025: a snapshot

·  TV in 2025

·  Video industry structure in the era of Internet TV and entertainment operators

2025: The market in figures

·  The "Business as usual" scenario

·  The "Disruption" scenario

·  How the "Disruption" scenario redistributes value between the players

2025: Options available to market players

·  Refocus, go global, go vertical

Summary: key points

·  Eight fundamental disruptions for television in 2025

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
1.1. A TV market being shaken to its very core
1.2. Profound changes between now and 2025
1.3. Impact of the disruptions ahead
1.4. Options available to market players

2. Methodology & definitions
2.1. General methodology of IDATE's reports
2.2. Methodology specific to this report
2.3. Definitions & acronyms

3. Key trends consumer behaviour
3.1.1. Consumers in the driver's seat amidst a plethora of content
3.1.2. From household to individual plans
3.2. in distribution
3.2.1. Key links in the distribution chain moving to the cloud...
3.2.2.encouraging self-distribution the economics of services
3.3.1.Ubiquitous competition...
3.3.2.weighing on prices and ad rates
3.3.3.and altering revenue distribution

4. 2025: a snapshot
4.1. Mostly on-demand viewing
4.2. The reign of entertainment operators
4.3. Content is king
4.4. The rule of yield management
4.5. A largely concentrated and globalised market
4.6. Transparent networks

5. The market in figures
5.1. The "Business as usual" scenario
5.2. The "Disruption" scenario
5.2.1. Key hypotheses
5.2.2. Results
5.3. Comparison of the two scenarios
5.4. How the "Disruption" scenario affects players' margins
5.5. How the TV sector's economics will evolve: a summary

6. Options available to veteran players
6.1. The winners and losers of the TV industry shake-up
6.2. Internet companies' strengths and weaknesses
6.3. Options available to TV channels
6.3.1. SWOT analysis of free to air channels
6.3.2. SWOT analysis of pay-TV channels
6.3.3. Strategic options
6.4. Content producers
6.4.1. SWOT analysis of European content producers
6.4.2. SWOT analysis of American content producers
6.4.3. Strategic options
6.5. Network operators
6.5.1. SWOT analysis of broadcast network operators (DTT, satellite)
6.5.2. SWOT analysis of wireline network operators (cable, IPTV)
6.5.3. Strategic options
6.6. Is European consolidation a must?

7. Appendix: detailed figures
7.1. "Business as usual" scenario
7.2. "Disruption" scenario