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 customers. )
TT announced a total of 677 subscribers at the end of Q4 2016. We don’t have yet the split of this number but most probably the majority of the net additions comes from satellite domain.
Tivibu customer base was kind of stucked before the launch of satelllite service at the Q3 of 2015. Since then Tivibu gained a momentum and has reached more than 2 million subs including the OTT customers. DTH service allowed TT to provide the DTH service to any household with a satellite dish. Satellite is the most common delivery method of Digital TV services in Turkey.
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.
This training course is mainly focused on Turkish TV Market. The audiences will have an overall understanding of digital TV technologies, the changing behaviour of Turkish TV audiences, brand-new services delivered via internet and how the impact of broadband will transform Turkish media industry as a whole. The participants are expected to understand and practice basics of digital television platforms in Turkey, to get familiar about new generation TV services, applications & technologies from broadcaster and consumer perspective.
Who should attend:
This course is appropriate for television professionals (including equipment manufacturers, content providers, technologists, and service providers), product developers, second screen application developers, user experience professionals, internet video technologists, video product managers and analysts who have an interest in Turkish TV market.
- Day 1 :
- Module 1: TV Fundamentals
- Value Chain > Content Acquisition/Ingestion. Transcoding, Delivery via Satellite/Cable/IP, Customer promises devices ( satellite dish routers, STBs, TV sets)
- Video formats > Analog, SD, HD, 3D, 4K, 8K
- Video compression > MPEG-2, H.264, H.265 etc.
- Set-top-box > Satellite/Cable/Terrestrial/IPTV. Block Diagram, Components, Services
- Module 2: Brief overview of Turkish TV Market
- Digital TV Platforms
- TV Reception breakdown
- Competition, Market Shares, Service Offers
- Technology & Products
- DTT Switchover (Analog Switch off)
- Day 2 :
- Module 3: OTT Market in Turkey
- Major OTT Players
- Internet Service Providers
- Broadband Average Speed
- Do’s & Don’ts
- Module 4: Content Business in Turkey
- Content offerings of digital platforms
- Content rights (i.e. Sports)
- Market specific conditions
- Latest developments from content provider’s perspective
Please drop me an email to further discuss details of the course and reserve your seat. ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Please note that this is just a draft agenda. I’m totally flexible. It can be adjusted based on your needs.
Turkey 2014 Pay-TV Market Report is ready now.
This is by far the most comprehensive and in-depth report on Turkish Pay-TV market.
If you would like to get an electronic copy of this unique report please drop an email to email@example.com for further discussion!
You can see `table of contents` and `executive summary` sections of the report here.
İstanbul TV Forum & Fair will take place in Halic Congress Center, Istanbul in 12 -13 -14 June 2014 for the second time.
Basically, it’s an event where the key components of the content and broadcasting industries gather under one roof, with participation from companies, associations, public institutions, broadcasters and online platforms from all four corners of the world. The event took place with the Main sponsorship of Turksat, Corporate sponsorship of ATV and Supporting sponsorship of Samanyolu Broadcasting Holding with the participation of 53 companies, as 157 brands were represented at iTVF. The event is organized by RATEM (Professional Union of Broadcasting Organisations)
You can find the final report of iTVF 2013 here.
Last year, the first event could not collect many people partly due to the #geziparki protests partly due to the fact that the event is organised for the first time.
This year, iTVF has much higher expectations. Let’s hope that the number of audiences will increase compared to 2013 and everybody will go back home with lots of new connections.
If you need assistance to arrange meetings with local prospects or new contacts just drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.