The volume 1 of the Yearbook 2013 "Television, cinema, video and on-demand audiovisual services in Europe", 19th edition follows a geographic approach and offers you a country by country view of the audiovisual sector in 39 European countries.
This IRIS Special focuses on legislation concerning the potential of on demand audiovisual services to boost the consumption of European films and TV programmes. Is current European legislation keeping up with this potential and making provision for the promotion of European works on line? Our brand new report investigates…
The volume 2 of the Yearbook 2012 "Television, cinema, video and on-demand audiovisual services in Europe", 18th edition, gives the European comparative overview with a sector by sector approach in eight chapters.
The volume 1 of the Yearbook 2012 "Television, cinema, video and on-demand audiovisual services in Europe", 19th edition, follows a geographic approach and offers you a country by country view of the audiovisual sector in 38 European countries.
The Yearbook 2012 - a precise and comprehensive picture of the situation of the European audiovisual markets and industry in 38 European States in two volumes. Volume 1 follows a geographic approach and offers you a country by country view of the audiovisual sector and volume 2 provides the European comparative overview with a sector by sector approach in...
This IRIS Special issue is a milestone on the way towards greater transparency in the audiovisual sector concerning the regulation of market power. It also highlights the challenges of regulating converged markets and related market power.
The volume 3 of the Yearbook 2011"Film, Television and Video in Europe", 17th edition, deals with following subjects: production, theatrical distribution and exhibition, digital cinema, admissions, DVD and Blu-ray Disc, Public Funding for Film and Audiovisual Works in Europe, film industry companies.
The 2nd volume of the Yearbook 2011 focuses on the following topics: the global audiovisual market, radio and television companies in Europe, advertising, digital distribution platforms, television services in Europe, on-demand audiovisual services, television on online video audience trends, programme production and sales companies.
This IRIS Special forms a comprehensive overview of the possible regulation of on-demand audiovisual services. After reading this IRIS Special, the somewhat provocative question in the title, "Chaos or Coherence?", can probably be answered by establishing that the regulatory landscape in Europe is characterised by both chaos and coherence.
The first volume of the Yearbook 2011 contains country by country reports: basic figures of the country, market trends, operating revenues of principal television companies, financial situation of TV companies, TV audience market share.
Legal Observations of the European Audiovisual Observatory
Database on legal information relevant to the audiovisual sector in Europe
Database on the transposition of the AVMS Directive into national legislation
Database on admissions to films released in Europe
Database on TV and on-demand audiovisual services and companies in Europe