Study: Cable on-demand TV revenues will top $2.7B by 2018

A new study from Research and Markets predicts lots of growth in on-demand TV revenues. The study said digital cable on-demand TV revenues will increase by $1 billion between 2012 and 2018 to $2.77 billion.  IPTV on-demand revenues will double over the same period to $1 billion by 2018, and satellite on-demand revenues will also rise, but more modestly, to $1.79 billion  by 2018. Release

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