Television Programming Market Monitor Q1 2017

June 23, 2017  | Subscribers Only

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This quarterly report analyses Q1 2017 revenue and expenditure reported by 28 TV companies in the US, Japan and Europe, identifying key shifts in market share, revenue trends and changes in programming investment. 

List of Tables and Charts:

  • World: revenue change Q1 2017 vs Q1 2016
  • Q1 2017 revenue by location ($m)
  • Q1 2017 vs Q1 2016 revenue growth (%)
  • US groups by revenue growth %, Q1 2017 vs Q1 2016
  • US groups by US vs International revenue share, Q1 2017
  • US: programming expenditure Q4 2014-Q1 2017 ($bn)
  • US majors: revenues from sales to TV Q1 2015-Q1 2017 ($bn)
  • US: breakdown of revenues by type, Q1 2017 ($bn)
  • UK: Sky UK & Ireland quarterly revenues Q4 2014-Q1 2017 (£m)
  • UK: ITV revenues and programming expenditure Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (£m)
  • UK: ITV quarterly revenues by type Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (£m)
  • Germany: ProsiebenSat.1 revenues and in-house programme spend Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (€m)
  • Germany: ProsiebenSat.1, RTL and Sky TV revenues, Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (€m)
  • Sky Germany & Austria revenues, Q2 2016-Q1 2017 (€m)
  • France: quarterly net advertising revenues Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (€m)
  • France: TF1 Group revenues and programme cost Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (€m)
  • France: M6 Group revenues by type Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (€m)
  • Spain: TV revenues Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (€m)
  • Italy: TV revenues Q1 2017 vs Q1 2016 (€m)
  • Italy: Mediaset revenues by type Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (€m)
  • Japan: quarterly TV revenues Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (¥bn)
  • Japan: advertising revenues, Q1 2017 vs Q1 2016 (¥bn)
  • Japan: quarterly TV production costs Q4 2015-Q1 2017 (¥bn)

Number of pages: 12

Number of Charts and Tables: 23


Tim Westcott

Director, Research and Analysis, Programming

Tim Westcott is a director of research and analysis for Programming at Omdia.

Kia Ling Teoh

Senior Research Analyst, Advertising and Television Media

Kia Ling Teoh is a senior research analyst, Advertising & Television Media at Omdia.

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