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European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new free report on the origin of TV content in VOD catalogues 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 announces this year’s Cannes conference!
Should Europe do more co-productions? We’ll be examining this question at our Cannes Marché du film conference. Join us in Cannes on Saturday 12 of May from 9.30 – 11.30!
European Audiovisual Observatory releases new free online advertising report
Online advertising market grew by 93% between 2011 and 2016 – but what about the increasing dangers of uncontrolled automatic advertising online?
The advertising industry as a whole is undergoing a phase of transformation, provoked by new ad technologies and players. A duopoly composed of Google and Facebook is dominating the online ad space. These are the findings of a new report by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
New cinema screen density report by the European Audiovisual Observatory points to growth potential for cinema exhibition in Eastern Europe
Eastern Europeans make up 20.2% of the EU population but they only have access to 11.9% of cinema screens.
This report, entitled 'Measuring access to theatrically screened films in Eastern Europe' measures Eastern European audiences with access to cinema theatres within a given catchment area, as well as the number of cinemas, theatres and screens by country.
European Audiovisual Observatory releases new free report on visibility of films and TV content on TVOD in Europe
25 of the 30 most promoted films by the TVOD services of the sample were produced in the US. These are the findings of our latest report on TVOD.
Media Ownership - Market Realities and Regulatory Responses
Our Brussels 2016 workshop
Ticket to ride! What makes European films travel?
Our Cannes 2016 workshop
Public Service Media On Line: Remit and Financing.
Our 2015 Brussels workshop