Video and video on demand in Europe
This new report looks at how films released in Europe since 1996 made it to Video-On-Demand. The report illustrates the complex relationships between the release of films in cinemas and in VOD.
This 5th edition of "key trends" offers a selection of over 30 topics which we believe indicate the most significant trends affecting the European audiovisual market. It provides a mix of analysis and key data, extracted from our 2019 activities involving reports and databases.
This report is an analysis of the promotion of films and TV content by 52 TVOD services in 7 European countries. It looks at the origin of the content promoted, the intensity and concentration of promotion, and the relative share of films and TV content.
This report aims to provide a global insight into the composition of VOD catalogues in Europe, looking at both film and TV content.
The aim of this report is to give a picture of the export of EU films on SVOD services outside of the European Union. 79 SVOD services in 21 countries worldwide are part of the sample.
This study aims to show the degree to which the Portability Regulation is being implemented by free online video services since its entry into force a year ago.
A sample analysis of the theatrical-TVOD windows in 5 European countries
An analysis of the pay audiovisual services market with a keen eye on the interactions between pay-TV and SVOD.
Latest figures on the promotion of films and TV content by transactional VOD services
Online access to the tables & graphs of the Observatory's Yearbook
Database on admissions to films released in Europe
Database on TV and on-demand audiovisual services and companies in Europe
The European film directory on European films available on VOD services in Europe