European television industry


Online advertising in the EU - Update 2014

Authors: Gilles FONTAINE and Christian GRECE, European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 16/03/2016

This note, prepared by the European Audiovisual Observatory for the European Commission, is the 2015 update of the 2014 report on online advertising.  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 development of the European market for on-demand audiovisual services

Authors: Christian GRECE, André LANGE, Agnes SCHNEEBERGER and Sophie VALAIS - European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 10/04/2015

This report is about important issues related to the development of the on-demand services sector in the EU and its impact on the wider audiovisual landscape.  More

Cable Congress 2014 Addressed Changing Industry Dynamics, Highlights New Opportunities

Published: 25/03/2014

Over 800 senior-ranking executives from 33 countries gathered in Amsterdam last week to discuss the flourishing future of cable amid a changing competitive landscape. The high quality of attendees reflected a broad cross section of the industry, with 18% of delegates representing cable operators and service providers, 36% equipment and set top box vendors, 12% content providers. Cable Congress 2014 was organised by Cable Europe, one organisation member of the Advisory Committee of the European Audiovisual Observatory  More

Connected Televisions: Convergence and Emerging Business Models

Authors: OECD

Published: 29/01/2014

Report on connected television published by the Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry of the OECD.  More

Television news channels in Europe

Published: 06/11/2013

The European Audiovisual Observatory has just published a new report on the TV news market in Europe (covering 38 countries). This report provides an overview of the types of channels both national and international, the balance between public and private, and the dominant languages of news channels in Europe. It sources mainly data from the Observatory's MAVISE database on TV and on-demand audiovisual services and companies in Europe .  More

Continued growth of children's television services in Europe

Published: 03/06/2013

On the occasion of the International Children's Day, the European Audiovisual Observatory has published its latest figures on children's television in Europe.  More

Private TV groups in Europe achieve overall growth despite recession

Published: 19/04/2013

At the opening of the MIP-TV in April 2012, the European Audiovisual Observatory has analysed a sample list of companies composed of 11 groups mainly functioning as pay-TV operators and 9 groups mainly financed by advertising.  More

22 of the 27 EU Member States have implemented the 2012 analogue TV switch-off in line with European Union recommendations

Published: 11/03/2013

The Yearbook 2012 published by the European Audiovisual Observatory showed that the year 2012 was a significant watershed for digital terrestrial television in the European Union, as the EU had recommended the end of 2012 as a switch-off deadline for analogue terrestrial television. With the 2012 Switch-off in Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, the Slovak Republic, and the United Kingdom, a total of 22 EU member States have hit the recommended deadline.  More

Boom in HD television channels

Authors: MAVISE / European Audiovisual Observatory

Published: 31/12/2012

According to the MAVISE database, at the end of 2011 there were approximately 612 HD channels available in Europe compared with 423 at the end of 2010. This figure includes both HD specific channels and simulcasts of standard definition channels. Sport remains the most important genre in HD television (approximately 20% of HD channels), followed by film, generalist and documentary channels.  More

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