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Cable shows growth in CEE and Germany - 18-March-2009, 22:00

Cable shows growth in CEE and Germany

By Robert Briel | March 18, 2009 | 13:02 UK

CABLE CONGRESS 2009 - BERLIN. Cable showed particular strong growth in Central and Eastern Europe as well as in Germany, according to the latest figures presented by Cable Europe. Total cable revenues rose 7% to EUR 18 billion as compared to EUR 16.9 billionin the previous year.

Digital cable TV showed a 33% growth from 13.5 million homes to 18 million the past year. In Eastern Europe the growth was stellar; up 169% to 1.6 million from 613,000. Overall, 29% of all European cable subscriptions are now digital. Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland recorded the biggest increases.

In all of Europe, cable internet grew 17% (18.3 million up from 15.7 million); Eastern Europe recorded a growth rate of 24% (3.8 million up from 3 million). In Germany, cable internet showd double digit growth with a 17% rise in the number of subs.

Likewise cable telephony grew across Europe went up 19%, from 12 million to 14 million. In Eastern Europe the percentage was 27% up, from 1.6 million to 2 million.

DOSCOS 3.0 roll-out is now well under way. Nine country had employed the high speed access service, the UK, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden and Finland. This year, roll-out will continue in Ireland, France, Austria, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia and Romania.
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