The data presented in this database delivers continuously updated information on the availability and distribution of pay TV and free-to-air channels across traditional broadcast and emerging online platforms.
The Analyst Team
Senior Research Manager
Tim manages the analyst teams behind Omdia’s coverage of channels and programming and advertising. Channels and programming monitors evolving channel revenue streams and TV and video production and distribution. The advertising service tracks revenue from all media types, with a particularly strong focus on the fast-developing online and addressable advertising space.
Tim joined Omdia’s predecessor company Screen Digest in 2004, where his areas of focus included TV production, animation, sports rights, and public broadcasting. He also edited more than 100 editions of the monthly Media and Technology Digest (formerly Screen Digest). Before that, Tim worked at the European Audiovisual Observatory in Strasbourg, France, and in a variety of journalism roles including the Financial Times Group, EMAP (now Ascential), and Television Business International. He holds a Master of Arts (Hons.) degree in English literature from Trinity College, Cambridge. He speaks fluent French and is based in London.
As a senior analyst for the channels, programming and advertising team at Omdia, Harold helps cover the worldwide TV channels business. He also provides data support for US media research by contributing to the creation and launch of several US television datasets.
Harold joined Omdia in October 2010 and has helped support and expand coverage of the worldwide TV channels business along with US-centric research by implementing relational databases he designed and maintains. Harold holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of California, Davis.
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