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Star, Sony lead India’s 62% share in regional APAC pay channel revenue in 2018

Media Partners Asia (MPA) has found that India accounted for 62 per cent of regional Asia Pacific pay channel revenues in 2018, led by Star India (now owned by Disney) and Sony.

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Indian pay TV revenue to touch $16 bn by 2023: MPA

As per a new report by Media Partners Asia (MPA), the pay TV revenue in Asia will top $56 billion in 2018. This will continue to grow at 3 per cent CAGR till 2023 and likely to exceed $66 billion by then. Pay TV revenue consists of subscription fees and local and regional advertising sales.

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India leads growth for regional pay-TV networks in Asia

New research on the pay-TV channel ecosystem shows India powering revenue and profit growth for regional pay-TV broadcasters in Asia Pacific. Revenue for pay-TV channel groups owned by global media companies expanded by 4 per cent in 2017 to reach USD 5 billion across the region, while ebitda grew...

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Indian online video to grow to US 1.6 bn at 35 percent CAGR by 2022

MUMBAI: Media Partners Asia (MPA) estimates that the Indian online video industry generated approximately US$ 230 million in total sales in 2016, and is on course to reach approximately US$340 million in 2017. MPA projects a 35 percent CAGR to 2022 as total industry sales top US$1.6 billion....

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MPA: India & China power APAC ad rev, ads in largest medium TV still robust

MUMBAI: Global media research and consulting firm Media Partners Asia’s findings in "Asia Pacific Advertising Trends" indicate that net advertising revenues in Asia Pacific, measured after discounts across 14 markets, were up by 6.8 per cent in 2016 to reach ~$ 170 billion (€160bn), compared with...

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