Big Broadcast Survey 2012 and Global Market Report 2011
Vital information for manufacturers, vendors and service providers.
Big Broadcast Survey
The annual Big Broadcast Survey is the largest and most comprehensive market study of the broadcast industry. Each year Devoncroft Partners takes the pulse of the broadcast industry through the annual Big Broadcast Survey (BBS), a global study of industry trends, vendor brands and technology purchasing behaviour.
With more than 8,000 people in 100+ countries participating in the study, the BBS is a comprehensive market study across all communities in the broadcast industry.
An Executive Summary derived from the full report is available free to IABM members. To request your copy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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Global Market Report
The BBS Global Market Report is derived from the Big Broadcast Survey of 8,000 industry specialists in 100 countries and is of particular interest to the supply community. It is the broadcast industry's first global demand-based study of the purchasing habits of technology buyers. This report includes the following information:
- Industry trends
- Purchase intent and behaviour
- Current and projected plant infrastructure (analog, SDI, HD, and 3Gbps)
- HDTV equipment upgrade plans for a variety of product categories
- Current and projected operational infrastructure (file-based)
- Size of budget for broadcast technology
- Broadcast technology budget percentage increase/decrease versus pervious years
- Overview of major projects being planned by technology buyers
- Products currently being evaluated for purchase
Learn much more about the industry trends driving projects, which in turn drive budgets and actual investments in products, systems and services.
If you have questions relating to end user investments in HD, multi-platform, 3D and much more, this report spells it out. Understand the relative importance of industry trends and what will move customers to make a purchase. Most important, where's the money? In which sectors and in which regions of the world are organisations increasing investment relative to prior years?
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