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TMCNet:  Research and Markets: Cord-cutting: USA / Europe Benchmark - Is Europe ready?: What Choices Are TV Industry Players Up Against

[January 24, 2013]

Research and Markets: Cord-cutting: USA / Europe Benchmark - Is Europe ready?: What Choices Are TV Industry Players Up Against

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d964d5/cordcutting_usa) has announced the addition of the "Cord-cutting: USA / Europe Benchmark - Is Europe ready " report to their offering.

With a television and video access market in profound transformation and practices that are still evolving, traditional television players face unprecedented instability. To address these questions, this study explores the key issues o the cord-cutting phenomenon. It presents a detailed analysis of the US market, the world's most advanced, so that lessons can be drawn for Europe.

- What lessons can be drawn from the strategies of the leading US players

- What phenomena are actually at work: cord-cutting, cord-shaving, cord-switching, cord-never

- How does OTT video impact television and video markets in Europe and the United States

- Is Europe's lag behind the U.S. in audiovisual content and technology irreversible

Companies Mentioned:

- ABC

- Amazon

- Apple

- AT&T U-verse TV

- Blockbuster/Dish Online

- Comcast

- Facebook (News - Alert)

- Google

- HBO GO

- Hulu

- NBA TV

- Netflix

- PlayOn

- Showtime

- Sony

- Time Warner (News - Alert) Cable

- Verizon

- Vudu

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d964d5/cordcutting_usa


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