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This service builds upon our standard and longstanding Cinema Intelligence Service, tracking market and technology developments in the global film and theatrical industries with performance metrics for specific companies and regions, as well as continuously updated market data and forecasts. Subscribers of this premium service also receive access to our full suite of cinema operator databases and profiles.
Digital cinema is disrupting traditional models, ushering in big changes in film content distribution, packaging and production. At the same time, growing markets, such as those of Brazil, China and Russia, are creating new financial and technical concerns for distributors worldwide. To succeed in this market, you need intelligence you can trust.
You can track market and technology developments in the global film and theatrical industries with performance metrics for specific companies and regions. Find continuously updated market data and forecasts, based on our thorough knowledge of the cinema business.
You’ll receive frequent market insights from our analysts, in-depth strategic reports on key market segments, detailed market trackers and exclusive access to our analysts for your data needs or questions.
Key coverage (duplicated in Cinema Intelligence Service):
- Detailed exhibitor and distributor data with key market share metrics breakdown
- Visibility into impact of digital cinema on traditional business models
- Comprehensive statistics on global and regional screen counts, box office and admissions
- Digital cinema technology, technology providers and market penetration
- Customizable market information
In addition to the above, premium subscribers also receive operator intelligence covering leading cinema operators (outside China) with insight into their market positioning for growth and technology choices. Clients receive quarterly key metrics (screens, sites, technology, published financials and performance) in the form of Excel and Power BI files, as well as Market Briefs published through the year, identifying and elaborating on the most relevant development within the cinema exhibition sectors. Briefs will include commentary on PLF and LED take-up, M&A activity & consolidation, and financial & performance metrics.