Radio Stations and Broadcasting - Industry Data and Analysis

In a period of just over 50 years, the satellite industry has evolved from one man’s idea to its current status as a major home entertainment provider and a pivotal information delivery technology. The inception and growth of the satellite industry was made possible by a variety of factors, from major technological developments such as the advent of the space program, advances in digital technology and successive generations of more powerful hardware, to the efforts of a select group of pioneering individuals.

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From 1992 to the present, the satellite picture has become much brighter. The satellite television industry has grown to over 33 million subscribers, making it one of the hottest and fastest growing consumer electronics products of all time. Newer encryption systems have worked to reduce the problem of broadcast security. Small-dish DBS systems have become a reality, creating a huge new market for satellite broadcast services. Favorable legislation has removed many of the former obstacles of dish ownership, and the industry has seen the delivery of interactive TV services, two-way high-speed Internet access via satellite, and the emergence of satellite radio.


Radio Broadcasting Industry Analysis, Trends & Statistics

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The implementation phase will include a design and architecture effort that will identify government and industry satellite service providers to determine the most cost effective source for this service.