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FCC: кабельные операторы несут потери – у спутниковых прирост

13 февраля 2006
Cable Losing Ground in Market: FCC Competition Report

По данным Media Business Corp (MBC), Федеральная комиссия связи США опубликовала ежегодный отчет по платному ТВ:

On Friday, the Federal Communications Commission released its annual report on pay-TV competition, which found that the market continues to grow despite customer losses for the biggest competitor.

The FCC's survey found that cable subscribership declined slightly in the past year. Cable's share of the pay-TV market was about 69.4 percent in 2005, down from 71.6 percent for the same period a year earlier, said the report.

Satellite TV companies served almost 27.7 percent of all pay-TV subscribers, compared to about 25.1 percent in 2004, the FCC report said. As for other competitors, those subscribers choosing alternative pay-TV delivery technologies decreased, representing 2.9 percent of all subscribers in 2005, compared to 3.3 percent in 2004.

The numbers are as of June 2005. At the end of the period, there were 109.6 million TV households, compared to 108.4 million in 2004. Of that number, about 94.2 million TV households subscribed to a pay-TV service, compared to 92.2 million in 2004, the FCC said.


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