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TV Programming Expenditure 2014

April 03, 2014  | Subscribers Only

Tim Westcott Tim Westcott Director – Research and Analysis, Programming, IHS Markit
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Expenditure on TV programming will rise to $105.3 billion in 2014, an increase of 3.5% on the year before, according to new forecasts from IHS TV Programming Intelligence. Programming spend will outpace growth in revenues, with broadcasters, pay TV platforms and channel providers spending 53% of their revenues on programming. The USA continues to occupy the number one sport, followed by Japan. In terms of growth, we expect Germany, Canada and the UK to show the biggest improvement this year, with investment falling in France and Spain.

List of tables and charts:

  • Total surveyed markets: revenue and programming spend ($bn)
  • Programming expenditure 2013-2014, $bn (including year-on-year growth)
  • Change in spending: major territories (2014 forecast)
  • 2014: breakdown of programming types (all territories)
  • Programming expenditure, 2013-2014 ($bn)
  • USA: total programming expenditure 2010-2014 ($bn)
  • USA: change in annual programming expenditure 2009-2014 (%)
  • USA: quarterly reported revenues of US majors ($m)
  • Canada: programming spend 2013, 2014 ($bn); change 2012-2014
  • Canada: sport programming expenditure in 2013 (%)
  • Canada: sport programming expenditure in 2014 (%)
  • Japan: total programming spend 2013-2014 ($bn)
  • Japan programming spend 2014: by broadcaster type ($bn)
  • Australia: programming spend 2013-2014 (US $bn)
  • UK: original programming and total expenditure, 2012-2014
  • Germany: programming spend 2012-2014
  • Programming spend in 2014: Major German players
  • France: programming spend 2012-2014
  • France sport spend: free to air and pay
  • Rai 2014 programming spend breakdown ($bn)
  • Sky Italia 2014 programming spend breakdown ($bn)
  • Italy: programming spend 2012-2014
  • Spain: original and acquired programming expenditure, free-to-air ($bn)
  • Spain: programming expenditure 2013-2014
  • Sweden: total programming expenditure and growth - major broadcasters
  • Norway: programming expenditure ($bn)
  • NRK originated programming ($m)
  • Denmark: main channel share vs group spend - DR1, TV2
  • Denmark: programming expenditure 2010-2014
  • Finland: programming expenditure 2013-2014

Number of pages: 24

Number of charts and tables: 29

Tim Westcott

Director – Research and Analysis, Programming, IHS Markit

Mr. Tim Westcott is a director of research and analysis for Programming at IHS Markit.

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