The Rise Of Emerging Market Television

A very interesting new PwC report on TV subscription and license fees that shows the rise of emerging markets is taking place in TV, too, with China set to pass the U.K. in 2014 and Germany in 2016 to become the second most valuable TV market behind the USA.  It notes that all BRIC countries – but particularly India and China – have prioritised investment in subscription TV technology and are reaping the benefits of this by moving up the global TV rankings, while TV markets in smaller emerging territories are set to show the most impressive revenue growth levels. The top three are: Saudi Arabia (16.1% CAGR), Kenya (15.9% CAGR) and Thailand (14.8% CAGR):

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