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Just ahead of Series Mania, the European Audiovisual Observatory has just published a new report on the production of European original TV and SVOD fiction.
The report analyses the volume of TV/SVOD fiction films and series produced in Europe.
The European Audiovisual Observatory has just published a new report on gender inequality in European TV fiction production.
Women in European TV/SVOD fiction: slow progress, but still big disparities for female directors, cinematographers and composers
This report analyses the composition of key positions in TV/SVOD fiction films and series episodes produced between 2015 and 2021.
European Audiovisual Observatory to open this year’s Series Mania Forum with new Key Trends report on the VOD and TV industries and markets
The presentation will take place on Tuesday 21 March from 10.00 am (in the Auditorium Louis Pasteur).
European Audiovisual Observatory releases its preliminary 2022 European cinema data during the Berlinale
A long road to recovery: EU and UK cinema attendance up by 63% in 2022, still short of pre-pandemic average
European Audiovisual Observatory releases its preliminary 2022 European cinema data during the Berlinale.
The European Audiovisual Observatory has just published two free comparative mapping reports which explore how the various European countries have adapted their audiovisual legislation to face up to the online challenges of video sharing platforms.
Video sharing platforms in Europe: how do we regulate online advertising and protect ourselves from harmful & illegal content?
We're mapping the different national approaches to VSPs!
Creators in Europe’s Screen Sectors – Sketching Present and Future Challenges - 7 June 2022
The European cinema sector - diverging paths? - 20 May 2023
FOCUS 2023: Key Trends in the Film Sector - 19 May 2023