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Pay TV Keeps Surging in Brazil

In February 2012, 266,000 Brazilians signed up for pay TV service, bringing up the country’s total amount of subscribers to 13.3 million households—a 334% increase compared to 1999, when there were only 3 million households in Brazil with pay TV. These figures were recently reported by Anatel (Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações), Brazil’s National Telecommunications Agency. Given the estimate of 3.3 people per household in Brazil, this suggests that right now, pay TV has an audience of nearly 44 million in Brazil.

Besides a bigger audience, pay TV is bringing in more money. According to Projeto Inter-Meios, pay TV ad spend in Brazil went up 17.8% in 2011. In fact, pay TV grew more in ad spend in 2011 than any other medium except for Internet.

Class C, the country’s growing middle class, could be one of the key factors behind this growth. In August 2011, the Brazilian Pay TV Association (Associação Brasileira de Televisão por Assinatura) reported that Class C now makes up 30% of the subscriber base. By 2025, research firm Data Popular projects that pay TV penetration among Class C Brazilians will be the same as with classes A and B, the top two socioeconomic classes.

To find out how we can help you reach Brazil, Latin America or U.S. Hispanics via a strategic campaign across all media, please contact us at info@usmediaconsulting.com.

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Pay TV Reaches 50% of Latin Americans

Impressive surges in individual markets have led to a pay TV penetration rate of 50.9% in Latin America. According to the Latin American Council on Multichannel Advertising (LAMAC), Argentina and Colombia have pay TV penetration rates above 81%. In Brazil, pay TV penetration has grown 118% since 2008—so now 36.1% of Brazilians have access to pay TV. In Chile, the pay TV penetration rate is 63.9%, while in Mexico it’s at 40.5%.

Brazil’s recent growth in pay TV subscriptions has been particularly impressive. Anatel—the Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações or National Telecommunications Agency—reported recently that 12.2 million households in Brazil had pay TV. With an average of 3.3 people per household, this means there’s a pay TV audience of 40.2 million in Brazil. And despite its relatively low penetration rate, Mexico is also a significant pay TV market: in spring 2011 LAMAC reported that the country had 10.5 million households with pay TV.

What makes the 50% penetration rate all the more impressive was that an earlier projection by Dataxis indicated that Latin America would reach this by 2015. Instead, LAMAC now forecasts 63% pay TV penetration in Latin America by 2015.

To find out how we can help you reach Latin America via pay TV or any other form of media, please contact us at info@usmediaconsulting.com.

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The Boom Within the Boom

It’s not news that Latin America is hot. Tons of stories cover how the region boasts a spiking GDP and how Brazil is the number 7 economy in the world. There’s also the overall ad spend in Latam, up 21 percent in 2010. But the news media seem to have skipped over themselves in covering this story. Meaning this: right now, Latin American media are surging more powerfully than they ever have before. Here are 4 quick takeaways about the state of Latam media right now—and in the future.

 

Print Has Power
While newspapers and magazines in the U.S. and Europe took some severe hits in circulation and ad revenues in recent years, Latam newspapers and magazines grew impressively. And they’re going to keep growing.
Here’s a look:

 

Online Surges Strongly
The Latam media boom’s biggest blast may be happening with this sector. For years, online advertising was the region’s ugly duckling, but one big swan is now emerging. The numbers say: 


TV Still Looks Good
The region’s leading medium is still on top—and breaking records. Crunching numbers reveals: 

 

OOH Gets Out More Often
Out-of-home (OOH) advertising is another power performer in the Latam media market, boasting its own share of impressive numbers. 

  • Big and getting bigger: In 2011 the overall OOH ad spend in Latam is $1.2 billion, projected to double to $2.3 billion by 2016
  • Eye on Brazil: Despite restrictions on outdoor advertising in cities like Sao Paulo, the country still has a $464 million OOH market
  • Digital doings: Digital OOH is growing rapidly in several Latam markets but is hottest in Brazil, spiking 58% in 2010 and set to grow by 60% in 2011

  
To learn more about how we can leverage this media boom for your company, contact us at info@usmediaconsulting.com.

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