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15/06/2017. Пресс-релиз – European films make up one third of all films promoted on VoD platforms in Europe
US films still get the lion’s share with 58%
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new VoD study focusing on the visibility and promotion of films on VoD platforms
Number, origin, and breakdown of films promoted
These figures are taken from the European Audiovisual Observatory’s new report:
The Origin of films and TV content in VOD catalogues in the EU Visibility of films. Download it for free here .
14/06/2017. Пресс-релиз – UK TV programmes make up the lion’s share of EU TV content available on Netflix and iTunes, followed by France and Germany
European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new VoD study!
- The main European countries of origin for EU 28 TV content in Netflix’s catalogues are the United Kingdom with 160 titles (or 44% of the total EU28 TV titles available in the 8 Netflix catalogues studied), France with 72 titles (20%) and Germany with 52 titles (14%). Together, these three countries produce 78% of EU 28 TV titles in the 8 catalogues studied.
- For iTunes, these 3 countries produce 91.5% of all EU titles in the 3 iTunes catalogues studied, with UK produced TV titles representing 52% (884 titles), German produced titles representing 22% (365 titles) and French titles 17% (297 titles).
Netflix and iTunes pan-European catalogue – Share of EU 28 TV content
These are the findings of a report on the origin of films and TV content in VoD catalogues in the EU visibility of films published by the European Audiovisual Observatory. Download it free here .
13/06/2017. Пресс-релиз – European Films make up around 25% of VoD films available in the EU
European Audiovisual Observatory has published a report on the origin of films and TV content in VoD catalogues in the EU visibility of films. Download it free here.
The composition of the 68 TVOD catalogues by films share of region of origin (October 2016)
This report was drafted for DG CONNECT of the European Commission by Gilles Fontaine, Head of the Observatory’s Department for Market information, and Christian Grece, Analyst within this department.
Online access to the tables graphs of the Observatory’s Yearbook
Database on the transposition of the AVMS Directive into national legislation
Database on legal information relevant to the audiovisual sector in Europe
Database on admissions to films released in Europe
Database on TV and on-demand audiovisual services and companies in Europe
Legal Observations of the European Audiovisual Observatory