Research Report

Dutch Television Market Q2 2014

Report, published: September 2014
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This report analyses developments in the Dutch market for television connections in the second quarter of 2014, and compares the findings with results from previous quarters. The report also includes information about the revenues made from consumer TV services. The focus is on TV via cable networks (UPC Netherlands, Ziggo, Delta and Caiway), as the largest TV technology in the Netherlands; terrestrial digital TV (DVB-T), offered by KPN's Digitenne; DVB-S (satellite), offered by CanalDigitaal; IPTV via DSL networks, offered by KPN and Tele2; and (analogue) TV via FTTH.

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Research Type Overview
Published 01 Sep 2014
Pages 24
File Type PDF
Size 781kb
Geographic Scope    Netherlands
Editions Broadcast
Topics Market research / news, Sales figures, Television, xDSL, Fibre, Cable, Broadcast, Consumer, Satellite
Companies Caiway, CanalDigitaal, Delta, Digitenne, KPN, Tele2 Nederland, UPC Nederland, Ziggo

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