Tag: Terrestrial

Tivibu continues its growth trend.

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




My two cents about Turkish TV Market

You may already know my dear friend Özgur Coşar. He is the owner of the website http://tvtechtr.blogspot.com.tr where he writes on a variety of topics on Turkish TV&Radio market. I strongly recommend you to have an eye on his website. Past week he’d asked me to make an e-interview and came up with a number of questions.




Turkish TV Market Training Course (In a Nutshell)

Turkish TV Market Training Course (In a Nutshell) Course Method :  The course consists of a 2 days of face to face (also potentially online) teaching designed as 4 different modules. Each module focuses on a different aspect of Turkish TV Market. Course Description: This  training course is mainly focused on Turkish TV Market.  The




Turkey is welcoming the new Pay-TV operator..

It’s been estimated that there are more than 10 mio Pay-TV subscribers out of 18 mio households in Turkey. The major player of the market are: Digiturk D-Smart Kablo TV/Teledunya Tivibu Turkcell TV+ In addition to these, a new player has just arrived : Filbox. Filbox joined the competition with a different business model. Oflaz group, best




Household Composition Breakdown in terms of TV reception

RTUK is the regulatory body in Turkey in charge of Radio and TV Broadcasting. According to the study conducted by RTUK in 2012, the breakdown of household composition in terms of TV reception in Turkey is as follows:




Brief Overview of Turkish TV Market

Turkey is one of the countries where the people watch TV the most. Based on the study of RTUK ( regulatory body for TV), an average Turk watches 260 minutes (4 hours 20 minutes) TV every single day. You can have a look to the study here. Turkey is the 8th country in terms of average