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11/01 - Eurodata TV Worldwide
Scripted Series Report 2017 Series: the dynamism of the genre boosts coproduction and European programmes

With the ever growing success of series, Eurodata’s 2017 Scripted Series report observes a rise in originals. Local productions remain strong but co-productions are gaining pace. American series are challenged by European programmes, especially British.

The series genre boosts the prime time audience in many countries, substantially in some such as in Denmark, the United States or Turkey, for example.

  “The success of series has led to increasingly strong competition between content creators. TV viewers demand new programmes, new content and originality.  There has never been so many new creations among the highest international audiences as in 2017”, points out Abed Laraqui, Research and Clientele Manager with Eurodata TV Worldwide.

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04/01 - Media behaviour
Screen 360: More than half of web users have enriched their TV experience via another screen.

There are now more and more screens but each is quite different. Each home has an average of 6.4 screens. What are they used for, and how does the public prefer to use them?

The television set is the preferred screen on the whole for web users aged 6 years and over (91%), followed by the computer (55%). Tablets are the true favourite of children: in one year, the number of 6-14 year olds using a tablet grew by 10 percentage points to 67% (compared to 46% for those aged 6 years and over).  As for smartphones, 84% of web users consider them an essential part of their daily lives.

Such are the findings of surveys including the latest Screen 360 study which identifies and measures the importance, the place and the usage of each screen in the daily lives of internet users.

"Nowadays, each screen has found its place in the home, because it fulfils specific functions and meets specific needs: image quality and comfort on TV screens, internet access and functionality on computers, simple and convenient usage on tablets, communication with friends and family, as well as easier access to multiple content on smartphones. In this way, each of the screens has become indispensable in the eyes of users," said Jamila Yahia Messaoud, Director of the Consumer Insights Department.

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02/01 - Television
Television audiences in France in 2017

Television audiences from 2nd january to 31st december 2017

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07/12 - Eurodata TV Worldwide
Yearly Sport Key Facts 2017 (September 2016 - August 2017)
Football accounts for 27% of sports programming on generalists channels

In 2017 football, winter sports and local competitions have gathered large audiences in front of TV screens around the world. While television is increasingly challenged by non-linear ways of consumption, sports and live television are still a perfect match. Attractive prospects ahead of 2018 global super-events such as the Winter Olympics and the Football World Cup. Yassine Berhoun, Sports Director at EurodataTV Worldwide points out: “In 2017 again, a number of sports programmes have gathered  significant audiences in spite of the transfer of rights to pay TV. Consequently, alternative competitions have successfully been broadcast on public channels like the Women Euro in the Netherlands for example.”
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04/12 - Television
Television audiences in France in November 2017

Television audiences from 30th October to 3rd December 2017

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29/11 - Eurodata TV Worldwide
Young Adults Report - Young Adults, fans of programmes in catch-up and on all devices

For the 3rd year running, Eurodata TV Worldwide has published the "Young Adults Report", a study which highlights the specificities of 15-34 year olds within the audio-visual landscape of ten countries. They are singular viewers who watch TV programmes differently : they intensively watch catch-up and programmes on other screens, with strong attraction to fiction.

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13/11 - Media behaviour, Television, Internet
SVOD Barometer - With 40% additional users in one year in France, SVOD is rapidly gaining speed

In 2017, 1 in 5 internet users (21%) aged 6 years and over use a Subscription Video On Demand service, compared to 15% in 2016, an increase of 40%. They were a little more than 1 in 10 (12%) in 2015. This growth is essentially driven by Netflix, which is ahead of two major French players: CanalPlayand SFR Play. A recent market newcomer Amazon illustrates the momentum of SVOD. The service is often shared: 83% of SVOD subscribers share their subscription with at least one other person.
How are SVOD users using the platforms in 2017?

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08/11 - Television
Médiamétrie launches Social TV Ratings in France to measure the audience and impact of TV programmes on social networks

This new service measures the impact of a programme on web users by analysing the nature and volume of interactions on Facebook and Twitter

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02/11 - Television
Global TV France : nearly 5 million people watch TV programmes daily on Internet screens. Up 1 million in one year

Every day in France 4.9 million individuals aged 4 and over watch TV programmes live or as catch up on internet screens (computer, tablet or smartphone). Last year, they were 3.9 million, according to the previous edition of Médiamétrie’s Global TV survey.

43.3 million TV viewers spend an average of 4hrs 45mins daily in front of their TV sets.

Of the “internet screen” viewers, more than half are aged under 25, whereas that age category makes up just 26% of the total population. These 2.5 million young viewers are up 1/3 from last year and are watching an average 1hr 51mins a day online.

 

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30/10 - Television
Television audiences in France in October 2017

Television audiences from 2nd to 29th October 2017

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