The Department for Market Information provides statistical and economic analysis of the trends in the European cinema, television, video and internet sectors. It also produces intelligence on the means of financing of these various sectors.
Films that have already completed a first run of exploitation through the different distribution windows are known as “catalogue titles”. This report outlines an overview of the commercial exploitation of catalogue films in the EU across the three main distribution windows: cinema, TV and VOD.
This report provides an overview of the European audiovisual media landscape by looking at the origin of linear and pay-on-demand audiovisual services and their circulation through three complementary angles.
This new report provides an overview of the TV news channel landscape in Europe. It quantifies the offer of TV news channels in Europe, analysing their typology, assessing their availability, and identifying where they are established.
This report provides a comprehensive overview of the development of the Russian film industry between 2013 and 2017. The authors analysed data on the state of film production, distribution, and exhibition, and also considered both actual and potential changes to relevant legislation.
This report provides the key figures on: The weight of the UK within the EU audiovisual market; Co-productions between the UK and other EU28 countries; Import/ export of films between the UK and other EU28 countries; The circulation of audiovisual services between the UK and the EU.
This report presents the evolution of online video sharing, the main players, and the relationships with the programmes’ creators. It analyses the usage of video sharing platforms and their business models. It discusses the potential impact on the audiovisual sector.
"Focus 2018" contains all key figures of the film industry in the most important countries. It provides a concise analysis of results and tendencies country by country, together with recent figures.
This report defines international film co-production, describing the different legal instruments thereof available in Europe. Statistics on co-production volume, admissions and circulation of European co-productions through the different release windows (overall and by country) are also provided.
Recognized by professionals and decision-makers across the audiovisual industries, this publication provides the analysis and intelligence necessary to gain a comprehensive overview of recent key trends in the audiovisual sector.