The Russian Legal On-Demand Video Services Market

Authors: J’son & Partners Management Consultancy

Published: 10/10/2017

In 2016, the total legal on-demand services market size reached Rub 11.18bn (Euro 150.3m), a 32% increase from 2015 (in Rub).  More


Film Production and Co-Production in Russia, and the Export of Russian Films Abroad

Authors: Nevafilm Research / European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 22/09/2016

The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new report edited by Nevafilm Research: "Film Production and Co-Production in Russia, and the Export of Russian Films Abroad". The report takes the pulse of the Russian cinema industry and looks at its capacity to co-produce with other countries, from a quantitive and also qualitative viewpoint.  More


The visibility of film on on-demand platforms: Germany, France and the United Kingdom

Authors: Gilles FONTAINE, European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 16/03/2016

This report is a first attempt to measure the visibility of films, and notably the visibility of European films through the quantitative analysis of the services home pages.  More


FOCUS on the Audiovisual Industry in the Russian Federation

Authors: Nevafilm Research / European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 11/03/2016

The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new report edited by Nevafilm Research: "FOCUS on the Audiovisual Industry in the Russian Federation". The report provides a snapshot of the Russian audiovisual industry in 2014-2015 detailing key trends in the television and on demand sector supplemented by detailed information about the sources of industry financing and an overview of the legal framework.  More


Television in the regions: Spain and the United Kingdom

Authors: Deirdre KEVIN, European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 04/05/2015

The European Audiovisual Observatory recently completed two snapshot studies on regional and local TV in the United Kingdom and Spain.  More


The Turkish film industry. Key developments 2004 to 2013

Authors: Martin KANZLER, European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 28/11/2014

As Turkish cinema celebrates its 100th anniversary, the Turkish film industry looks back at a dynamic and eventful history. Today, Turkey is firmly established as the 2nd largest European theatrical growth market and the 7th largest theatrical market in terms of admissions, only superseded by the ‘big 5’ EU markets and the Russian Federation. The Turkish film market also stands out in the pan-European landscape as the only market where national films regularly outperform US films.  More


The main broadcasting groups in Finland

Authors: A. Schneeberger, European Audivosual Observatory

Published: 30/09/2014

Finland is one of Europe’s most advanced countries in terms of digital broadcasting and is now turning to second generation digital terrestrial television.  More


TV Market and Video on Demand in the Russian Federation

Authors: KVG Research / European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 07/02/2014

The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new report edited by KVG Research, a Moscow-based consultancy company: "The TV Market and Video on Demand in the Russian Federation". Its main objective is to analyse the origin of the content broadcast by the main Russian TV channels.  More


The production and circulation of films from the EU new Member States (1996-2012)

Authors: André Lange, European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 15/12/2013

This presentation was made by André Lange at the occasion of the Audiovisual Summit "From MEDIA to CREATIVE EUROPE. The experiences of the MEDIA Programme in New Europe countries. Challenges for the Future" organised by the Media Desk Poland and the Polish Ministry of Culture in Warsaw on 10-12 December 2013.  More


Growing state support for filmmaking in Russia highlighted by new report

Authors: Nevafilm Research

Published: 28/11/2012

The recent beefing-up of the Russian Cinema Fund has seen state financing for filmmaking in the Russian Federation rise from 19% of the budgets of all films shot in Russia to 44%, according to a new report just published by the European Audiovisual Observatory and written by Nevafilm Research of Saint Petersburg.  More


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