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Radio and TV Statistics, Equipment Statistics, Appliances and Distribution (Discontinued)

Distribution shows statistics for different types of media appliances within the population.

Data description

Equipment statistics: Appliances and distribution shows statistics for different types of media appliances within the population. Data is also shown on the broadcasting and reception of electronic media. 'Distribution' collects statistics on communal aerials and the fibre and broadband networks. The aim is to track trends for cable TV and the spread of other forms of distribution for radio and TV: The sources of such data are Gallup Annual Survey and statistics from the Danish Business Authority. A group of tables describes the trend within access to the internet based on Danish Business Authority's statistics:

Classification system

Not relevant for these statistics.

Sector coverage

Not relevant for these statistics.

Statistical concepts and definitions

Internet access: Internet access

A cable modem connected to a cable TV network or communal aerial system can be used to connect to the internet. If the aerial system can handle two-way communications, it can also send data to the internet. Using a cable modem, a user can be on the internet and receive radio and TV programmes simultaneously. The maximum speed achievable using cable modems varies according to the system. For example: it can be set to 512 kbits for download from the internet ('downstream capacity') and 128 kbits upload.

Statistical unit

Persons or households.

Statistical population

The population's households and broadband providers.

Reference area


Time coverage

  • DIS131, DIS133, from 2002
  • DIS111 from 1998-
  • DIS122 from 2000
  • DIS129 from 2002
  • DIS136 from 2009-

Base period

Not relevant for these statistics

Unit of measure

Statistics Bank tables have the following units:

  • DIS111, DIS122 DIS129, Number
  • DIS131,DIS133, Number in 1.000
  • DIS136 Number and share in percent

Reference period

The various tables of the statistics have different reference times.

The following tables refer to calendar year: DIS111 and DIS136.

The following tables refer to a six-month period of a calendar year: DIS122, and DIS129.

Some tables have a special reference period: 1. period covers weeks 1-12/13 (January-March), 2nd period covers weeks 13/14-25/26 (April-June) and the 3rd period covers weeks 26/27-47/48 (July-November). The following tables are included: DIS131 and DIS133.

Frequency of dissemination

Six-monthly, annual and periodically.

Legal acts and other agreements

Data collection is not based on any EU regulation.

Cost and burden

There is no administrative burden for respondents, as all data is collected via registers or from sources in the public domain.