US media groups adapt to an increasingly small-screen world

May 26, 2016  | Subscribers Only

Tim Westcott Tim Westcott Senior Principal Analyst, Television Media
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This report analyses the annual financial results of 12 major US film and TV companies, checking how the businesses of Walt Disney Co, Time Warner and 21st Century Fox have evolved in a changing media landscape. The compnaies' revenues and scope of activities are compared, with a focus on filmed entertainment and broadcasting.

List of Tables and Charts:

  • US media company mergers and acquisitions, 2013-2016
  • Annual revenues of US media companies ($m)
  • US media companies: breakdown of 2015 revenues by type
  • Breakdown of 2015 filmed entertainment revenues by type ($m)
  • Breakdown of filmed entertainment revenues by type 2011-2015 ($m)
  • Filmed entertainment revenue breakdown - 2011
  • Filmed entertainment revenue breakdown - 2015
  • Worldwide TV revenues by type - eight companies, 2011-2015 ($m)
  • Annual worldwide advertising revenues: 2011-2015 ($m)
  • Annual worldwide subscription revenues: 2011-2015 ($m)
  • Programming and production costs 2014-2015 ($m)

Number of Pages: 11

Number of Tables and Charts: 11

Tim Westcott

Senior Principal Analyst, Television Media

Tim Westcott is a senior member on the television team at IHS and editor of the monthly Media and Technology Digest. He joined the company in September 2004 and specializes in TV programme production and distribution, sports rights and public broadcasting.

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