• Distribution

    Are Hybrid Markets Here to Stay?

    Opinions are mixed about whether film and television markets should return to their pre-lockdown physical format or retain some online elements and transition to a hybrid model.
  • Streaming

    Streamers Gain More Ground

    Many sales agents are now positioning as wholesalers and content placement agents for streaming platforms—particularly in Europe, where there are over 450 video streaming services.
  • Distribution

    Virtual EFM Bolsters Film Market

    Despite muted expectations by sellers, buyers, and producers heading into the virtual European Film Market on March 1, most reported a successful and busy market.
  • Distribution

    EFM: Open For Business

    Theatrical buyers, streaming services, and networks are all taking a fresh look at independent films as they struggle to fill programming gaps and meet the growing demand for filmed entertainment.
  • Production

    The Current State of Film

    Large programming gaps for films are emerging for traditional television networks and OTT platforms to fill over the next two years.

Exhibition

Exhibition

End of AMC Theatres?

The world’s largest theater chain faces imminent bankruptcy if shareholders fail to purchase 200 million new shares being offered by the company.

Distribution

Distribution

Are Hybrid Markets Here to Stay?

Opinions are mixed about whether film and television markets should return to their pre-lockdown physical format or retain some online elements and transition to a hybrid model.

Production

Production

The Current State of Film

Large programming gaps for films are emerging for traditional television networks and OTT platforms to fill over the next two years.

Broadcast

Broadcast & PayTV

The Future Will Have Ads

In a recent survey of over 5,000 active online subscribers in the United States and Canada, 81% of respondents wished that paid streaming services like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video offered a free, ad-supported option.

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Are Hybrid Markets Here to Stay?

Distribution

Opinions are mixed about whether film and television markets should return to their pre-lockdown physical format or retain some online elements and transition to a hybrid model.

Streamers Gain More Ground

Streaming

Many sales agents are now positioning as wholesalers and content placement agents for streaming platforms—particularly in Europe, where there are over 450 video streaming services.

Virtual EFM Bolsters Film Market

Distribution

Despite muted expectations by sellers, buyers, and producers heading into the virtual European Film Market on March 1, most reported a successful and busy market.

EFM: Open For Business

Distribution

Theatrical buyers, streaming services, and networks are all taking a fresh look at independent films as they struggle to fill programming gaps and meet the growing demand for filmed entertainment.

The Current State of Film

Production

Large programming gaps for films are emerging for traditional television networks and OTT platforms to fill over the next two years.

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Film Streaming Value Series

The Film Streaming Value Series includes all Film Streaming Value Reports (Volumes One, Two, Three). You’ll get instant access to financial and contractual insights from nine separate agreements between a global streaming service and a US distributor.

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Streamers Gain More Ground

Many sales agents are now positioning as wholesalers and content placement agents for streaming platforms—particularly in Europe, where there are over 450 video streaming services.

Streaming Hopping

At the start of 2020, consumers in the United States subscribed to an average of three paid streaming services, but after months of government-mandated lockdowns, the number has increased to five.

Best Year Yet

In 2020, Netflix gained 37 million subscribers worldwide, breaking its 2018 record of 28 million new additions. Currently, Netflix has 204 million active subscribers.

Netflix Subscriber Plateau

Forced stay-at-home orders propelled Netflix’s fastest subscriber additions in its twenty-three history. The streaming leader added 26 million subscribers in the first half of 2020, making it one of the biggest lockdown economy winners.