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.
This note provides an overall background of the on-demand audiovisual media services landscape by focusing on a) the availability of services in the EU28 and b) on the country of origin of services.
This note provides an overall background of the linear media services landscape in the 28 EU countries by focusing on a) the country of origin of services, b) the availability of services and c) the television viewing time of the overall and younger population.
Linear audiovisual services increasingly tend to propose non-linear derived versions whose revenues are not necessarily accounted separately
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.
Total on demand revenues almost quadrupled from 2010 to 2014. This report focuses on the increase of revenues generated by the three main on-demand audiovisual services: TVOD, SVOD and TV VOD.
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.
This report analyses the development of the EU SVOD market from different angles such as the share of SVOD consumer revenues in total on-demand consumer revenues, the situation of pay TV in regard to SVOD (competition or coexistence) and the main players in the EU.
The European Audiovisual Observatory undertook in October 2015 a research project on films in selected video-on-demand catalogues available in the European Union. The first results of this research project are presented in this note.