Analysis of changes in television viewing behaviour across broadcast and digital platforms across the big five European markets. In this report, IHS Markit analysts examine key trends across linear, PVR-timeshifted, pay-TV VoD and online video viewing.
The Analyst Team
Rob covers the television market in Western Europe, tracking key developments in the pay-TV and free-TV industries from cable, satellite, terrestrial, and telco perspectives. His work also focuses on cross-platform TV viewing time in the US and Europe.
Rob holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in history from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England.
Fateha oversees the tracking and analysis of key trends in consumer devices, TV and online video, and operator strategies with a focus on changing behaviors in video consumption. She also liaises with key industry players, leads Omdia’s consumer surveys, contributes to a range of ad hoc consultancies, and speaks at industry events.
Before returning to Omdia in 2017, she worked at Sky UK, gaining experience across Sky's portfolio of set-top box and OTT on-demand services, including NOW TV, Boxsets, Sky Q, and Sky Go. There, she scoped personalization and content recommendations, led growth plans for the Sky Kids App, and reviewed Sky's TV apps strategy. Fateha joined Screen Digest (now Omdia) in 2010, where her work spanned TV media, home entertainment, and broadband media. She tracked developments in pay TV on demand at the operator level, covering over 50 countries. Fateha holds a Bachelor of Science in economics from Royal Holloway, University of London.
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