Video and video on demand in Europe
The EFARN brings together researchers actively involved in the collection, analysis and publication of data on the European film industry. This 15th anniversary publication presents a selection of studies from its members, giving an overview of current research topics, from VOD to gender statistics.
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 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.
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.
This report gives an overview of the origin of TV content in TVOD and SVOD catalogues in Europe.
How are European films and TV series promoted on VOD: key figures and detailed statistics by origin of content and categories of players.
The state of play of SVOD in Europe: subscribers, revenues, main players and trends.
The circulation of EU non-national films - A sample study: Cinema, television and transactional video on-demand
How do European films circulate in cinemas, TV and TVOD? This report presents a European overview and a country by country analysis of film exports and imports, including a focus on co-productions
The exploitation of audiovisual works, and films in particular, is traditionally based on two pillars: a release windows chronology, mainly agreed upon on a contractual level, with theatres being the first (usually exclusive) window and a territory by territory exploitation of rights.