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Turning Digital: The Future Can’t Wait Annual Report - XVI Edition October 2018 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

December 14, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 14, 2018--The “Turning Digital: The Future Can’t Wait Annual Report - XVI Edition October 2018” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The XVI Annual Report provides an in depth insight of the state of television in Europe and the main trends.

In recent years, consolidation through M&As and strategic alliances in TV sector has been heating up. Consolidation basically follows a cyclical pattern, with economic and regulatory conditions speeding up or slowing down this phenomenon.

A number of broadcasters have made a strategic shift to content production, generating revenue from international licensing deals and global/local syndication. This has reduced the casualties due to the reduction in advertising revenues and the rising costs of content acquisition and distribution.

Investments in original content are dramatically growing also following an international pattern driven by streaming SVOD providers (Amazon, Netflix) and traditional only content providers (majors), entering now the distribution arena going directly to the end user, with an increasing offer of OTT services.

Recent 2018 FIFA football World Cup has long been quoted by the tech industry as a major step in live streaming going global. In this new exciting environment, Blockchain, one of the most innovative and disruptive technologies, and 8K, the “Next Big Thing” in television, will represent a catalyst for change also in the broadcasting industry in the years to come.

Companies Featured

Amazon Facebook FIFA Netflix Youtube

Key Topics Covered

1. Executive summary

2. The TV market in 2017

3. Market trends

4. The TV market in 2017

5. Market overview

6. License fees

7. TV Advertising

8. The advertising media mix

9. Pay-TV

10. The multichannel television market 54 Multichannel advertising

11. Fragmentation in TV audience

12. Market Trends

13. Sector consolidation, strategic alliances and new services

14. The Sky case

15. The rise of production investments

16. World Cup strains to reverse sports-viewing: audience heats up

17. Blockchain: a catalyst for change in digital media

18. Royalty distribution and management

19. Rights management

20. Content Resale

21. Moving to 8K

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