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   Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
   Disclaimers.....I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics.....I-2
  
   Product Definitions and Scope of Study.....I-3  
   Mobile Satellite TV: New Era in TV Broadcasting Service.....II-1
Initiatives in the Mobile Television Industry.....II-1
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   Table 1: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Mobile Satellite Television Analyzed with Number of End-Use Terminals in Service in Thousand Units for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-2
Mobile TV Generates Additional Revenues for Participants.....II-2
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   Mass Adoption – Focus Area for Operators.....II-3
Opportunities and Challenges.....II-3
Consumers Drive Growth.....II-3
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   Developing World to Lead Adoption.....II-4
Free-to-Air Signals to Affect Dedicated Mobile TV Networks.....II-4
Slow Uptake of Advertising.....II-4
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   Table 2: Advertisement Revenues as % of Global Mobile Television Revenues for Years (2006-2012) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-5
Recent Developments Across Major Regional Markets.....II-5
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   2a. NORTH AMERICA.....II-6
A. Market Analysis.....II-6
Mobile TV in the US – A Nascent Market.....II-6
Professional Content to Drive Growth.....II-6
3G Services and Smartphone Drive Growth.....II-6
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   Demographic Factors Influence Mobile TV Uptake.....II-7
Countering Competition from Other Video Services.....II-7
Competition Between European and US Technology Developers.....II-7
Culture – Critical Role in Technology Selection.....II-7
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   Evolving Business Models.....II-8
Apple Offdeck Model.....II-8
Mobile Digital TV.....II-8
Free Mobile DTV Requirements.....II-8
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   Mobile TV- App.....II-9
B. Market Analytics.....II-9
Table 3: North American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Mobile Satellite Television by with Annual Service Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-9
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   2b. EUROPE.....II-10
A. Market Analysis.....II-10
Satellite Technologies to Drive Growth.....II-10
EC Initiatives in Mobile TV Promotion.....II-10
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   Spectrum.....II-11
Interoperability or Standards.....II-11
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   Significance of DVB-H.....II-12
Suitable Regulatory Environment.....II-12
Mobile TV Initiatives in Select European Countries.....II-12
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   Eastern Europe Offers Potential Growth Opportunities.....II-13
Market Shares: Historic Data.....II-13
Table 4: Leading Operators in Western Europe Market for Mobile TV (2005): Percentage Share Breakdown by Number of Subscribers for Vodafone, Orange, Telefonica, T-Mobile, KPN, 3 and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-13
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   Table 5: Leading Operators in the Western Europe Market for Mobile TV (2005): Percentage Breakdown by Content Revenue for Vodafone, Telefonica, Orange, T-Mobile, 3, KPN and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-14

Table 6: Western European Market for Mobile TV (2005): Percentage Share Breakdown of Content Revenue by Country for Italy, UK, Germany, Spain, France, the Netherlands, Greece, Portugal, Belgium and Sweden (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-14
The United Kingdom.....II-14
Broadcasting Landscape in a Transition.....II-14
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   DVB Standards.....II-15
Growth Drivers.....II-15
Major Sporting Events.....II-15
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   User Generated Video.....II-16
Spectrum Acquisition for Mobile TV Services.....II-16
Growth Barriers.....II-16
Recession & Cost Containment Measures.....II-16
Unclear Business Model.....II-16
Quality of Mobile TV Services.....II-16
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   Limited Content Range.....II-17
Consumer Perception of Mobile-Content.....II-17
Lack of Standards.....II-17
Catch up on Television.....II-17
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   B. Market Analytics.....II-18
Table 7: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Mobile Satellite Television by Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain & Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Service Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-18
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   Table 8: European 8-Year Perspective for Mobile Satellite Television by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2007, 2009, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-191$350
   Table 9: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Mobile Satellite Television by Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Number of Customers in Million for Years 2007 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-201$350
   Table 10: European 9-Year Perspective for Mobile Satellite Television by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Number of Customers for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2007, 2009 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-211$350
   2c. ASIA-PACIFIC.....II-22
A. Market Analytics.....II-22
Asia-Pacific: A Market with High Growth Potential.....II-22
High Demand for Free-to-Air Mobile TV Services.....II-22
Japan & South Korea – Active Adopters of Mobile TV Services.....II-22
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   Governments Develop Initiatives to Promote Mobile TV.....II-23
Selecting Appropriate Business Model – A Critical Issue.....II-23
Established Players Struggle to Sustain Operations.....II-23
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   SpeedCast – New Entrant with Turnkey Services.....II-24
China.....II-24
Development of Mobile TV Services in China.....II-24
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   Satellite Broadcasting – Ideal for China’s Geography.....II-251$100
   Factors Promoting Sustainable Development.....II-26
India.....II-26
South Korea.....II-26
Surging Subscriber Base for Mobile Television.....II-26
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   Taiwan.....II-271$100
   B. Market Analytics.....II-28
Table 11: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Mobile Satellite Television by with Annual Service Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-28
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   2d. REST OF WORLD.....II-29
Market Analysis.....II-29
Table 12: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Mobile Satellite Television by with Annual Service Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-29
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   Mobile TV – An Introduction.....II-30
Delivery Methods.....II-30
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   Competing Technologies/Standards.....II-31
Standards for Mobile TV.....II-31
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   A Glance at Global Mobile TV Standards.....II-32
Satellite Mobile TV Vs Terrestrial Mobile TV.....II-32
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   Mobile TV Industry Value Chain.....II-331$100
   Challenges for Mobile TV Industry.....II-34
Challenges Facing Device Manufacturers.....II-34
Phone Characteristics.....II-34
Memory.....II-34
User Interface Design.....II-34
Processing Power.....II-34
Challenges Facing Content Providers.....II-34
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   Other Challenges.....II-35
Pricing.....II-35
Business Models.....II-35
Spectrum Allocation and Technology Standard.....II-35
Content Protection.....II-35
Mobile Satellite TV System.....II-35
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   Mobile Satellite TV Antenna.....II-361$100
   UltiSat Takes Over Fixed and Mobile Satellite Assets of TDC.....II-37
Inmarsat to Takeover Interest in Skywave Telematics.....II-37
Dish Network Partners with Alcatel-Lucent to Test Satellite Technology and
  Spectrum.....II-37
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   SES Americom Selected by JUS Punjabi to Distribute the First US Punjabi
  Network.....II-38
Kanto Bureau Grants Radio License to JSAT MOBILE Communications.....II-38
Sky Perfect to Form Joint Venture with Stratos.....II-38
Solaris and Inmarsat Bag Satellite Mobile TV Services.....II-38
Solaris Mobile to Execute Pan-European Mobile Satellite Services.....II-38
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   Nagravision and CSM JV Enlarges Mobile TV Coverage.....II-39
Screen Service Snaps Up Reti Radiotelevisive Digitali.....II-39
Balaton Group Takes Over MotoSAT.....II-39
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   MSV Changes Name to SkyTerra.....II-40
MSV, ICO Global Communications and Qualcomm Ink Agreement.....II-40
T-Mobile CZ Selects Nagravision for OMA BCAST Smart Card Profile System.....II-40
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   Dominanta Selects Nagravision to Provide First CAS for Mobile TV in Russia.....II-41
C-COM Satellite Systems Bags Order for iNetVu Mobile Antennas.....II-41
Newport Media Takes Over WRG.....II-41
China Satellite Mobile Broadcast Selects Nagravision as Official CAS Marketer for
  Mobile TV Services.....II-41
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   RaySat Introduces Dedicated Mobile Distribution Platform.....II-43
RaySat Broadcasting and AT&T Services Unveil AT&T CruiseCastSM Service.....II-43
ILS Proton launches W2A Satellite of Eutelsat.....II-43
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   Solaris Mobile Launches Europe’s Initial S-Band Payload.....II-44
Solaris Mobile to Unveil In-car Infotainment Services.....II-44
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   Bell Mobility Unveils Live Mobile Television Powered by QuickPlay.....II-45
Sidsa Introduces Multistandard Chip.....II-45
Winegard Unveils CARRYOUT™ Automatic Portable Satellite TV Antenna.....II-45
Thuraya Rolls Out Mobile Satellite Service.....II-45
CSMBC and Shanghai Handy TV to Launch Mobile TV Service.....II-45
Samir Photographic Supplies Launches SATBox.....II-45
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   Newtec Launches HZ914 Multistream Satellite Receiver and AZ810 Stream
  Aggregator.....II-46
Dish Mexico to Introduce Mobile TV on WiMax.....II-46
OMVC to Launch Mobile DTV Service Across US.....II-46
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   KVH Launches Ultra-Compact TracVision M1.....II-47
King Controls Launches VuQube Mobile Satellite TV Antenna Models.....II-47
Broadcom Introduces 65NM Digital TV Single Chip Receivers.....II-47
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   Intellian Technologies Releases Antenna Systems for Marine Satellite TV.....II-48
Advantech Rolls Out Mobile Antenna Systems Fleet.....II-48
SpeedCast and Alcatel-Lucent to Introduce DVB-H Platform.....II-48
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   KVH Industries Rolls Out TracVision® SlimLine Series Antennas.....II-49
UDcast to Unveil Optimization Technologies for Mobile TV and WiMAX.....II-49
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   ILS and S2M Collaborate to Unveil Mobile TV Satellite Across MENA.....II-50
Etisalat and MBC Jointly Introduces Internet TV.....II-50
DVB-SH Ecosystem Leaders Demonstrate DVB-SH Mobile TV in UHF and S-Band.....II-50
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   Alcatel-Lucent (France).....II-51
AT&T Inc. (US).....II-51
DiBcom (France).....II-51
DISH Network Corporation (US).....II-51
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   KVH Industries, Inc. (US).....II-52
Nagravision SA (Switzerland).....II-52
RaySat, Inc. (US).....II-52
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   Table 13: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Mobile Satellite Television by Geographic Region - North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Service Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2007 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-531$350
   Table 14: World 8-Year Perspective for Mobile Satellite Television by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2007, 2009, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-541$350
    
 
 


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