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European Audiovisual Observatory releases its cinema figures just before the Cannes Film Festival
Based on provisional data, cumulative GBO in the EU Member States topped the EUR 7 billion benchmark once again, reaching an estimated EUR 7.02 billion in 2017. While dropping 0.3% on the previous year, this still represents – not adjusted for inflation – the third highest level ever recorded.
Film data from the Europen Audiovisual Observatory’s Key Trends publication – now free on line for the first time
This 72-page report gives a digestible overview of the film, VOD and television sectors in Europe, covering 41 countries.
Subscription VOD data from the European Audiovisual Observatory’s Key Trends publication – now free on line for the first time
The Observatory is proud to make this publication free of charge just ahead of the Cannes Film Festival.
New free TV fiction report by the European Audiovisual Observatory
Publication of this report coincides with the French Series Mania Festival in Lille, where report author, Gilles Fontaine will present his findings on 2 and 3 May.
Organised in December 2017 by the European Audiovisual Observatory
The way people enjoy audiovisual content is changing at an amazing speed, but one thing thing remains unshaken: money still makes the (audiovisual) world go round. This workshop aimed at discussing the financial ecosystem of audiovisual production in Europe.
Media Ownership - Market Realities and Regulatory Responses
Our Brussels 2016 workshop
Ticket to ride! What makes European films travel?
Our Cannes 2016 workshop
Public Service Media On Line: Remit and Financing.
Our 2015 Brussels workshop