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- 1. DiMAx ranks countries on their potential to generate earnings from digital media DiMAx country rankings: Riding the new wave of digital growth This years results from DiMAx, EYs proprietary Digital Media Attractiveness Index Emerging markets are primed for accelerated digital media adoption condensed rates of technology adoption and digital media consumption Millennials and Generation C Smartphone adoption Broadband penetration Disposable income Accelerated digital media adoption Content 25% Emerging market consumers who are 14 years old or younger, compared with 16% in developed markets1 Growth in smartphone shipments between 2014 and 2018 within key emerging markets, including India, Indonesia and Russia2 200% The number of broadband connections by 2016 in the emerging markets in our index twice that of developed markets3 2b BRIC households that have an income over US$10,000 more households than the US and the Eurozone combined4 268m Fine-tune your growth strategy by viewing digital market potential through the lens of benets vs. costs Market benets vs. market costs Four emerging market countries top DiMAx for digital earnings potential >500m wireless broadband connections by 2016 534m between the ages of 15 and 39 In three years added 3.5 times as many digital video viewers as the US China >300m wireless broadband connections by 2016 Average age by 2020: 29 4th in content consumption, but ubiquity of media consumption has not yet translated into signicant industry revenue India 3rd in cost attractiveness among emerging markets in our index US$11k in per capita consumer spending the highest among emerging markets Only 21% smartphone penetration Mexico 14th in media FDI restrictiveness due to new restrictions on foreign ownership of mass media Russia Are you ready to catch the wave? For more ndings, download our latest report: www.ey.com/RidingTheNewWave Market costs High Low Marketbenets High Low 1 Principal markets 2 Big bets 3 Long-term options 4 Low-hanging fruit United States Japan UK Germany China Brazil Russia India Indonesia Argentina Mexico Saudi Arabia Australia France South Korea South Africa Big bets Offer huge opportunity and scale but come with inherent challenges and risks. 2 Long-term options Come with challenges and may lack the scale or levels of technology adoption to be attractive at this stage. 3 Low-hanging fruit Attractive and low-risk options to add incremental return, but not transformative. 4 Principal markets Any digital media growth strategy should consider the value and stability these markets offer. 1 87% broadband and 50% smartphone penetration Identify your growth markets in real time Learn more about our customizable tool, DiMAx Interactive: www.ey.com/DiMAxInteractive 2015 EYGM Limited. All Rights Reserved. ED None EYG No. EA0092 WR #1502-1396609 1 The Nielsen Company 2 Terrapinn Holdings Limited 3 Ovum 4 ICEF Monitor 1 US 11 Mexico 16 Argentina 13 Brazil 6 France 4 UK 14 Saudi Arabia 9 India 12 South Africa 2 Japan 15 Indonesia 8 Australia 10 Russia 5 China 3 Germany 7 South Korea
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