2020 Press releases
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new report on audiovisual services in Europe
Over 11,000 TV channels were available in Europe in 2019
This new report provides an overview of the supply of services (TV channels and on-demand) available in the European audiovisual media landscape.
We’re tracking covid-19 support measures for the audiovisual sector
The COVID-19 crisis is producing unprecedented challenges for the AV sector. Governments and industry bodies are bringing in measures to support the industries and their professionals during this time. We are tracking these measures in 41 different countries as well as pan-European initiatives.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new free report on the Production of TV fiction in Europe
Over 1 000 TV fiction titles and seasons produced each year in Europe
Just before the launch of the digital Series Mania online forum, the Observatory has released its latest figures on the production of TV and streaming fiction in Europe. This new report finds that, over 1 000 titles and 13 000 hours of audiovisual fiction were produced in the EU in 2018.
The European Audiovisual Observatory has just released its analysis of the promotion of films and TV content by 52 TVOD services in 7 European countries
24% of films promoted by TVOD services are European
This report looks at the origin of content promoted, the intensity and concentration of promotion, the relative share of films and TV content.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the theatrical circulation of European films outside Europe in 2018
Admissions to European films outside Europe dropped by 15% in 2018 due to lack of European blockbusters in China
The study looks at the volume and the theatrical performance of European films in 15 non-European sample markets, including North America, six Latin American markets, five Asian markets, as well as Australia and New Zealand.
EU cinema attendance up by 5.5% in 2019, showing best result since 2004
On the occasion of the 70th Berlin International Film Festival, the Obervatory releases its first estimates for European cinema attendance in 2019. After two years of decrease, estimates show that total admissions in the EU increased by 5.5% thus breaking through the 1 billion barrier.
The European Audiovisual Observatory reports on the latest developments in European media law concerning territoriality and the financing of audiovisual production
Territoriality and financing of audiovisual works: latest developments
This report explores developments in media legislation over the past five years with regards to the country of origin principle and territoriality of copyright, and the way these principles operate in practice in financing production.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the financing of European fiction films
Average budget of European fiction films is 2.01 million euros
Based on the actual budget analysis of 576 European live-action fiction films released in 2017, this is probably the largest pan-European data sample available to date on the financing of European fiction films.
New IRIS Special report on the new AVMSD and its approach to self-and co-regulation
Media law in Europe - what place for self- and co-regulation?
This latest report by the European Audiovisual Observatory – “Self- and co-regulation in the new AVMSD" – explores the new AVMSD and the systems of self- and co-regulation it contains.
MAVISE TV and VOD Database publishes its 2019 data now online!
Supply of TV channels in Europe more fragmented due to pre-Brexit migration and diversification of channels
Managed by the Observatory and supported by the Creative Europe programme of the EU, the MAVISE database is up-dated every year with new facts and figures. It provides individual data for TV channels and VOD services available in Europe.
Press release - independent film and TV production in Europe - Public conference in Brussels announced!
What does it mean to be an “indie” film and TV producer in Europe? What are the challenges in an ever-changing landscape with new and powerful players such as Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google? Come along to our conference: TV and film production in Europe – The state of independence.
European Audiovisual Observatory rings in its new Moroccan Presidency for 2020!
The Observatory’s yearly rotating presidency changes every January. In 2019 the Presidency was held by Italy. As the European Audiovisual Observatory’s membership goes beyond Europe, Morocco, a member since May 2014, assumes the organisation's Presidency for the first time in 2020.
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