This post is a copy of my analyst friend Constantinos Papavassilopoulos from IHS Markit. The original copy of this article has been first publish on IHS website. The outlook for digital terrestrial television in Turkey Turkey broadcasts its TV signals via the four major platforms (cable, IPTV, satellite and terrestrial). The majority of these broadcasts are digital
One of the most popular local TV series of this season on Turkish TV industry was ‘Fi‘. It was simply a drama but also unique due to a number of reasons. First of all, it was a series available ONLY online as a OTT content but not broadcasted in the classical sense. Even though this is
Reference: Digital TV Europe: Streaming giant Netflix is getting into the original programming game in Turkey. The Los Gatos-based SVOD service has been ramping up its activity in local markets across Europe, and has now ordered a ten-part, “hero-driven action story” based on Ottoman and Turkish legend and history. Netflix’s drama comes from Istanbul-based O3
Folllowing up the earlier post regarding the 2016 year end TV results of Turk Telekom and Turkcell, herebelow you can find the latest market figures of Q1 of 2017. It’s seen that both companies are growing their TV base constantly on the past few quarters. The figures of both companies are presented on 2 pillars. IPTV (Turkcell)
Based on the latest Akamai’s State of the internet report ( go to the link for the report) covering Q1 of 2016, in Turkey, the average fixed (mobile is not included) connection speed is 7,2 Mbps. This implies to a 15% year-on-year increase and 12% of QoQ change with a global rank of 64. Personally, I
Both Turkcell and Turk Telekom announced 2016 year end results. You can see their TV offers’ associated slides herebelow. Please click the image to see it in better resolution.
Helen Jameson who is a freelance journalist and writer (www.spacescript.co.uk) asked me some questions about the TV industry in Turkey for an article for the Global SatShow event. Herebelow you can see her questions and my answers. – What are the main trends that are evident in the Turkish broadcast market at the moment? Are
Turk Telekom Group announced 2016 year end financial results. You can see them at this link. Regarding the interest of this blog, let’s have a look to the Tivibu figures. According to the regulatory body’s official figures, as of Q3 of 2016, Tivibu has a total of 589K subscribers. (428K IPTV customers and 161K DTH
In Turkey, the broadband fair usage policy was one of the most critical barriers that was kind of slowing down the penetration of OTT services. If one’s broadband consumption per month is above a certain limit (typically 50 GBytes) then the fair usage policy is becoming active and the bandwidth is limited by 3 Mbps no
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