Yearbook 2011, Volume 1 - Television in 37 European States

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.

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Pages : 194
Place : Strasbourg
Authors : André Lange, European Audiovisual Observatory
Date of publication : February 2012

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Trilingual edition (English, French and German)

Chapter 1: Country by country reports

Synthesis of the national television landscape and latest development 

List of principal data for each country:

  • Basic figures of the country - See a sample page
    • Population and equipment
    • TV channels distributors
    • Number of TV channels by kind of licence
    • Supply of TV channels by genre and by platform
  • Market trends
    • Household equipment
    • Consumers pay-TV gross spend
    • Number of household accessing multichannel platforms
    • Gross revenues of radio-television
  • Operating revenues of principal television companies
  • Financial situation of TV companies

    Detailed data for the following channels: ARD, BBC Group, British Sky Broadcasting Group PLC,Bulgarska Nationalna Televizija, CANAL+, Ceska Televizie, Channel 4 Group, Corporacion de Radio y Television Espanola S.A. (RTVE), CyBC, DR, Eesti Rahvursringhääling, ERT, France Televisions, HRT, ITV PLC, Latvijas Televizija SIA, LNRT, Magyar Televizio, Mediaset Group, M6, NRK, ORF, PBS, ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG, Radio e Televisao de Portugal S.A., RAI, RTBF, RTE, RTL Group, RTVSLO, RUV, SRG SSR Idee Suisse, STV, SVT, TF1, TRT, TVP, TVR, TV2 Danmark, VRT, YLE, ZDF

  • TV audience market share - daily share and prime time

Countries covered:

Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia", Turkey, United Kingdom.

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