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10/04
Press releases

TAPE Consultancy Limited, the London based content-focused research company announces the launch at MIPTV of App.Dex, the new Content Evaluation Service assessing the audience potential of scripted projects.

09/04
Press releases

At the opening conference of the MIPTV event in Cannes, Avril Blondelot, Content Insight Director at Eurodata TV Worldwide, presented the latest trends in terms of TV content: “At a time when international hits are becoming scarce, we are discovering some really promising output, such as: Blue Planet II, The Voice Senior, Young Sheldon and When Heroes Fly. Local productions are more popular than ever, making it very hard to reach a consensus on one or two titles. The priority for 2018: to create content that is able to break away in search of a particular audience, rather than desperately seeking the mass audience.”

16/03
News

Your update from Eurodata TV Worldwide - March 2018

19/02
News

Your update from Eurodata TV Worldwide - February 2018

15/02
News

Meet the Eurodata Team at Cannes!

25/01
Press releases

Eurodata TV Worldwide provides key analysis for successful international TV & Video content

When reviewing international TV trends in 2017 in an exclusive conference held in L.A. this morning, Frédéric Vaulpré, Eurodata TV Worldwide Vice-President commented: “In a content industry that is constantly searching for “the magic formula” to turn local productions into  big international hits, understanding new audience usage is critical for broadcasters. 4-screen data gives a clearer viewer understanding and adopting multi-screen strategies are proving to be decisive for content success.”

Avril Blondelot, Director of Content Insight at Eurodata TV Worldwide, continued: “As for new programming, whether it be entertainment, factual  or fiction genres, there were three distinct “take-aways” from our analysis  this year. Firstly the portrayal of a divided world in which people feel disoriented. Secondly the option for the “safe bet” that unifies people and thirdly the creation of unique and innovative experiences.”

23/01
News

Your update from Eurodata TV Worldwide - January 2018

11/01
Press releases

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.

18/12
News

Your update from Eurodata TV Worldwide - December 2017

07/12
Press releases
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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