2019 Press Releases
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes 2018 data on audiovisual media services in Europe from the MAVISE database.
Based on data analyses of 2018 data from the MAVISE database, this publication provides an overview of the European audiovisual media landscape from three different perspectives.
European Audiovisual Observatory releases new report about the new AVMSD and its effects on media regulation in Europe
The European Audiovisual Observatory has an ever vigilant eye on European media legislation and has just released, with the scientific coordination of its partner institution, the IViR of the University of Amsterdam, an in-depth analysis of what the new AVMSD will mean for European regulators.
European Audiovisual Observatory announces Moscow conference this October!
What are the latest trends in the Russian TV market ? Observatory Conference in Moscow, 29 October 2019
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the export of European films on SVOD services outside Europe
This new study, which focuses on a sample of 79 non-EU SVOD services and their catalogues in 21 countries across the globe, aims to determine the market for EU films on SVOD beyond the borders of the European Union.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new legal analysis of Russian media law
Ever vigilant to new developments in media law, the European Audiovisual Observatory has published a report providing an overview of the legislation and case law concerning disinformation in the Russian Federation and analysing five specific cases in Russia where disinformation is deemed illegal.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the production and circulation of TV fiction in the EU28
The booming market for TV fiction has prompted the European Audiovisual Observatory and DG Connect of the European Commission to undertake production of this ground-breaking report.
European Audiovisual Observatory releases new study on theatrical and TVOD releases in 5 major EU countries
This study provides the first analysis of these cinema /TVOD release windows. It looked at 1794 releases in cinemas and TVOD in 5 major EU countries between 2014 and 2018.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new report
Admissions to European films outside Europe rose by 18.7% in 2017 driven by growth in Chinese market
The study looks at the volume and the theatrical performance of European films in 12 non-European sample markets, including North America, six Latin American markets, China and South Korea, as well as Australia and New Zealand.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new report
This new publication looks at how Europe can protect and nurture the independent production sector, often a hotbed for ground-breaking new formats and approaches but whose financial existence is often precarious.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the visibility of European audiovisual works on transactional video-on-demand
This report finds that, overall, European films get access to promotion and prominence on VOD services. However, with less promotion per film than US films. Promotion efforts for European films are concentrated around a limited number of titles, and take place mainly in their country of origin.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new report on the place for European films on VOD.
In this new report, author Christian Grece has taken a sample of 77 pay-per-view (TVOD) catalogues and 45 subscription VOD (SVOD) catalogues available in the European Union in order to build this yearly analysis.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the origin of TV content in VOD catalogues in Europe
European TV series episodes make up 24% of all episodes on pay per view VOD and 19% on SVOD in Europe
The increased consumption of TV content on VOD services has prompted this ground-breaking new report on the origins of TV content in VOD catalogues in the EU.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the internationalisation of TV audience markets in Europe.
US groups are the driving force behind the increasing internationalisation of the European television sector
Based on data analyses of 2017 TV audience data by Eurodata TV Worldwide this brand new report, published by the European Audiovisual Observatory, explores the increasing internationalisation of the European television sector from three different angles.
New comparative study on film funding criteria in Europe
This report was commissioned by the MEDIA sub-programme of Creative Europe. The analysis covers funding for pre-production (script development, project development), production, distribution and promotion for cinema films, TV films and series as well as other audiovisual content.
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes a new report on pay audiovisual services (pay TV and SVOD) in Europe
This brand-new market intelligence report gives the big picture of the pay audiovisual services market in Europe and its development, providing key figures for both linear pay-television (pay-TV) and subscription video-on-demand (SVOD).
For the first time in four years, cumulative GBO in the EU Member States did not pass the EUR 7 billion benchmark in 2018. Not adjusted for inflation, this represents the lowest result since 2014; however, it remains the fourth highest level in the last decade.
LUMIERE VOD: launch of the first directory of European films to increase transparency concerning the VOD markets
This free access directory provides information on European films and their availability on-line in VOD services throughout the EU. It will provide greater transparency concerning the European VOD market and may even increase the presence, visibility and circulation of European films across borders.
New edition of the European Audiovisual Observatory’s KEY TRENDS now available for free on line
Key Trends our yearly digest of what’s hot in European media: TV, film and VOD. The Observatory outlines the big picture of the European audiovisual sector with this very readable round-up of the key data from Observatory research. The authors drill down into recent trends and hot issues.
Film financing – European strategies to boost cultural diversity
The conference will look at the following themes: how are today’s European films financed? Who are the new financial players? How does public policy channel money into film funds and financing mechanisms? How is the structure of film financing in Europe changing?