India's cable TV equipment segment: market and competition
India's cable TV industry is among the largest in the world, and is currently undergoing a sea-change. In December 2002, India's Parliament cleared a law to bring in the Conditional Access System (CAS) system, where TV viewers pay only for channels they want to watch. Cable operators, according to the law, must transmit pay channels through an addressable system, and viewers wishing to watch these channels must get set-top boxes. A huge market for set-top boxes and CAS equipmnt opened
This report looks at the market for, and competition in, the cable TV equipment market. It also gives a perspective on important changes in the cable TV industry. The contents of the report:
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