European television industry
This brief provides analysis of two sets of data: an overview over time (2009-2013) of the levels of investment of the main TV groups in 15 countries in original programming; and a brief overview of the growth of investment (by a range of players) in original online content.
This report provides an overview of the trends in fiction programming over the years 2009-2013 with regard to their origin and circulation.
This report focuses on the most recent figures available for television and for online video viewing.
This note, prepared by the European Audiovisual Observatory for the European Commission, is the 2015 update of the 2014 report on online advertising.
The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new report edited by Nevafilm Research: "FOCUS on the Audiovisual Industry in the Russian Federation". The report provides a snapshot of the Russian audiovisual industry in 2014-2015 detailing key trends in the television and on demand sector...
The European Audiovisual Observatory recently completed two snapshot studies on regional and local TV in the United Kingdom and Spain.
This report is about important issues related to the development of the on-demand services sector in the EU and its impact on the wider audiovisual landscape.
The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new report edited by KVG Research, a Moscow-based consultancy company: "The TV Market and Video on Demand in the Russian Federation". Its main objective is to analyse the origin of the content broadcast by the main Russian TV channels.
The European Audiovisual Observatory has just published a new report on the TV news market in Europe (covering 38 countries). This report provides an overview of the types of channels both national and international, the balance between public and private, and the dominant languages of news...
Published in October 2011, Public Funding for Film and Audiovisual Works in Europe focuses on film funds in 37 European countries operating at pan-European, national and sub-national levels and looks at their activities in support of film, television and new media. The report provides detailed...