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Audiovisual Market Scrutinized in New Report by IDATE Consulting & Research Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

16 Apr 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - With the audiovisual market being a multinational industry, activities within this marketplace are mainly having different levels of internationalization. The number of transnational mergers has increased in the marketplace over the few past years.

At present, producers face pressure from increasing costs of production. In the meantime, OTT players are becoming increasingly dangerous competitors for distributors. The latter ones also have to face continually high levels of capital expenditures. The TV format market is ruled by Dutch as well as UK players. The SOVD segment is dominated by North American services.

The market is currently dominated by players for North America, while service publishers from Europe are forced to reinvent strategies they use. The market has slowed down across Western countries.

Some of key companies in the marketplace comprise: iTunes, Sky, Viacom, BBC Worldwide, to name a few.

New market research report “Audiovisual Industry Going Global: What Options Exist for European Service Publishers?” developed by IDATE Consulting & Research offers a deep insight into the global audiovisual market. The study provides a thorough overview of the marketplace. It investigates the current state of globalization and explores threats and opportunities from globalization for the most important player categories in the value chain. The report evaluates assess the impact of globalization on Europe’s players in the audiovisual sector. The study also covers various coping strategies used by market players.

Report Details:

Audiovisual Industry Going Global: What Options Exist for European Service Publishers?
Published: April, 2015
Pages: 49
Price: US$ 2,300.00

More in-demand research reports by the publisher can be found at IDATE Consulting & Research page.


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