IPTV providers scorecard for Q2

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The major IPTV providers have supplied their earnings reports for the second quarter of 2011. The chart below compares the various companies by number of new and total subscribers, available markets, revenue and ARPU.

But even with the numbers for these companies are in, it is hard to draw comparisons with each company providing us with different finanicial information for the quarter. In addition, categories like revenue are difficult to compare among companies which also provide services outside the realm of IPTV. 

Don't forget to also check out full earnings report from the key players in IP television, IPTV deployments, Triple Play, Quadruple play, Set-top box, IP multimedia subsystems (IMS) and IP video in our IPTV wrapup page.

(And you may also want to check out Wireline in the second quarter 2011, as well as the third quarter 2010fourth quarter 2010, and first quarter 2011 wireline wrap-up pages.)

 

 

 

 

Provider Subscribers 2Q Subscribers total Available Markets Revenue ARPU
AT&T U-verse 202,000 3.4 million 22 States $5.4 billion (wireline only) 170
Verizon FiOS 184,000 3.8 million California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia and Washington. $10.2 billion (wireline only) 146
SureWest Communications N/A 17,800 Sacramento, Kansas City $61 million (consolidated total) 133
Frontier Communications 7,800 554,200 27 States $1,322.3 million (total) N/A
CenturyLink N/A N/A Las Vegas, NV; Jefferson City & Columbia, MO; Raleigh, NC, Talahassee, Fort Myers, and Orlando FL; La Crosse, WI $4.4 billion (total) N/A
NTELOS N/A N/A Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, $50.2 million (wireline only) N/A
Cincinnati Bell 3,000 34,000 Kentucky, Ohio, Maryland and North Carolina $185 million (wireline only) N/A
Consolidated Communications N/A 31,218 IL, PA & TX $92.6 million (total) N/A
Warwick Valley Telephone N/A N/A NY, NJ, PA N/A N/A
TDS Telecom 2,700 N/A 30 states  $1.28 billion (total) $51.84 (postpaid