According to the latest report, 72.5% of German cable homes now take digital services, up 15.2% year-on-year, with 1.7 million households making the switch from analogue over that period.
Cable distribution accounts for 46.1% of German TV homes, according to the report.
The main drivers for switching to digital were demand for HD services, up 16.9% in the course of the year, the proliferation of internet-connected TV sets, up 25.6% year-on-year and the increasing use of on-demand services, up 18.3%.
TNS Infratest surveyed 6,484 people across Germany between May 4 and July 15.
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