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Wireless TV & Video content increases
Ilse Jurriën : August 20th 2006 - 13:02 CET
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IDCWireless TV & Video content increases : IDC, premier global market intelligence and advisory firm in the information technology industry, expects about 24 million US cellular subscribers and customers will be paying for some form of TV/video content and services on their mobile devices by 2010, up from about 7 million this year. This growth presents new revenue opportunities for carriers, handset developers, and content providers. IDC expects mobile commercial video and television content and services to emerge as a key component of U.S. carrier data services if delivered and priced appropriately. IDC’s Research manager Lewis Ward says: "Broadband adoption of video/TV services is emerging as the cornerstone of growth in this market."
Wireless TV & Video content increasesBroadband video & tv services
Overall, blended cellular TV video/TV content and service ARPU is expected to settle in at about $6.50. This metric is comprised of three elements: a la carte content purchases, narrowband (i.e. "2.5G") subscriptions, and broadband (i.e. "3G") subscriptions. Within this mix, broadband video/TV services should grow from less than half of all revenues last year to about 85% of the total in 2010, with a substantially above average ARPU. Survey data suggest that a mix of on-demand clips and live streaming content is the most appealing to consumers.

IDC analysts - Video & TV services
"Although our research found penetration of these services isn't likely to exceed 10% of all subscribers by 2010, video/TV services are poised to become a significant contributor to carrier data ARPU while emerging as a hotbed for community-oriented interaction and interesting advertising experiments," says Lewis Ward, research manager in IDC's Wireless and Mobile Communications program.

IDC expertise - Market expansion
However, uneven operator broadband network deployments, handset limitations, business model complexities, and indirect competition will continue to hamper adoption and growth of these services. Thus, while this market is receiving an amazing amount of interest from media companies and consumer brands, it will likely be several years before the opportunity to leverage mobile video/TV services as an interactive advertising channel will emerge in a profound manner.

IDC insight study - Wireless cellular television & video
The IDC study, U.S. Wireless Cellular Television and Video 2006-2010 Forecast: Grand Visions for the Small Screen (IDC #202169), delves into cellular-based video and television content and services, which continue to generate a phenomenal amount of interest from an array of companies in and beyond the telecommunications industry. Buttressed by primary consumer survey research, this study examines key trends in the market, anticipated subscriber/customer and revenue totals through 2010, and potential threats to continued market expansion. The differing strategies between leading operators and the likely impact of emerging broadcast/multicast service providers such as MediaFLO and Modeo are also explored.

About IDC
IDC is the premier global market intelligence and advisory firm in the information technology and telecommunications industries. We analyze and predict technology trends so that our clients can make strategic, fact-based decisions on IT purchases and business strategy. Over 700 IDC analysts in 50 countries provide local expertise and insights on technology markets. Business executives and IT managers have relied for 40 years on our advice to make decisions that contribute to the success of their organizations. IDC is a division of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research, and events company.

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