Online TV, video revenues to jump to USD 34.99 bln in 2018

Wednesday 16 October 2013 | 08:56 CET | News
Global online TV and video revenues (over fixed broadband networks) will reach USD 34.99 billion in 2018, up from USD 3.98 billion in 2010 and USD 15.94 billion expected in 2013, according to a report from Digital TV Research. By 2018, 520 million homes in 40 countries will watch online television and video (both paid-for and ad-supported), up from 182 million in 2010.

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