Between 2000 and 2014, consumers worldwide spent $398 billion on buying pre-recorded video content on physical formats. Almost two-thirds of this was spent on purchasing movies with a further 17% generated by the sale of TV product. Worldwide, movies and TV combined have generated around 80% of consumer spending on buying physical video formats since 2002 but the split between the two genres varies significantly around the world.
This report examines how demand for these key genres has evolved, worldwide and by region, and assesses the impact of the shift to digital discs on the performance of each genre.
- Average world and regional market shares for movie and TV genres
- Average world and regional prices for movies and TV product
In this report:
Genre split analysis; three key world regions
List of tables and charts:
- World spending on physical video purchase by genre 2000-2014
- Movies, TV share of spending on physical video purchase by region 2000-2015
- World consumer spending on buying physical video by genre 2000-2015
- Average price of movies, TV on physical video by region 2000-2015
Number of pages: 5Number of charts and tables: 4