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17/07
Eurodata TV Worldwide Announces a Reorganisation of its Research Division

Eurodata TV Worldwide - the international division of Médiamétrie - announces a reorganisation of its research division that has been undertaken in response to new challenges for customers in the International TV & Video ecosystem: an increasingly complex, globalised and rapidly changing environment. The resurgence of audience data (especially the rise in 4-screen TV audience results), together with the growing number of countries that use automatic audience measurement all require extra analytical capacity and expertise. These developments have also led to the creation of a Content Insight department that is entirely devoted to content analysis on a global scale in order to offer the strongest expertise. A cross-disciplinary department has also been created, responsible for coordinating quality policy and projects.

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20/06
The Monte-Carlo Television Festival and Eurodata TV Worldwide announce the winners of the 12th “International TV Audience Awards”

The Monte-Carlo Television Festival and Eurodata TV Worldwide have joined forces in order to reward programs which deliver the highest ratings worldwide.

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22/05
Eurodata TV Worldwide launches the 4Screen Quarterly Report

Eurodata TV Worldwide’s 4Screen Quarterly Report will offer a worldwide analysis and interpretation of four screen (TV, computer, mobile and tablet) trends and usages  - both established and emerging - of TV content and online video.

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09/05
The Monte-Carlo TV Festival and Eurodata TV Worldwide announce the nominees of the 12th International TV Audience Awards

The 57th Monte-Carlo Television Festival and Eurodata TV Worldwide have joined forces for the 12th time in order to reward scripted programs who deliver the highest ratings worldwide.

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24/04
Entertainment TV Report: Entertainment is innovating in order to conquer audiences

Essential in television channel schedules around the world, on average, entertainment represents 33% of prime time programming. It is also increasingly powerful: it boosts the prime time audience share for ¾ of the channels studied (7 out of 10 in 2015). The genre is an asset for main private channels: on average, they broadcast 447 hours of it during prime time, twice as much as main public channels. On these private channels, focus is also put on programmes that use tricks taken from reality TV. Here are the main findings of the latest issue of the Entertainment Report, which studied 37,058 hours of entertainment on 89 channels in 11 countries. 

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03/04
One TV Year in the world : TV contents are renewed in every aspect to attract tomorrow's viewers

For Frédéric Vaulpré, Vice-President of Eurodata TV Worldwide, "Everywhere around the world, new TV practices and contents are emerging with the addition of internet screens (computers, mobile phones, tablets) and the development of catch-up platforms. Audience measurements are evolving throughout the world to take into account all these new usages."
For Sahar Baghery, Head of Global Research and Content Strategy at Eurodata TV Worldwide: "In order to attract new viewers, particularly young ones, television channels are taking risks and offering new experiences, with more interactivity and accessibility and innovative formats. Entertainment and series maintain a great dynamic and attract a massive audience”.

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22/03
Kids TV Report July - December 2016 - Consumption of kids TV programmes : a shifting balance

During the second half of 2016, kids channels growth has stabilised. Simultaneously, creative programmes have started on digital platforms and new OTT players emerge. However, well-established brands still represent safe bets.

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17/01
International TV Trends: innovation at the heart of strategies and content to develop audiences

While analysing new international TV trends, Frédéric Vaulpré, Vice-President of Eurodata TV Worldwide, stated, “In a truly globalised audiovisual industry, knowledge of new public usages is highly important for broadcasters. It is being addressed by 4-screen audience measurements and the tracking of innovative content that enhances the user experience, particularly on mobile”. Sahar Baghery, Head of Global Research and Content Strategy at Eurodata TV Worldwide observed, “The key is to create attractive content for an international audience, with two objectives: to develop a premium audience and identify areas for innovation in order to attract a younger audience. Recent international collaborations are a response to these challenges”.

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24/11
Scripted Series Report: Shifting series markets

The Scripted Series Report 2016 goes back over the pronounced presence of series on our screens. To bring a capricious audience together, channels are betting on local fictions and adaptations. They are also increasingly cooperating with SVOD platforms to offer innovative content and to multiply opportunities for exposure. "True international hits are appearing less and less in the national top rankings", observes Avril Blondelot, International Research Manager at Eurodata TV Worldwide. "However, the international stage is playing a growing role in the development of local series. More and more new series have been adapted from foreign formats", adds Léa Besson, Media Consultant.

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10/11
Yearly Sport Key Facts 2016 (September 2015 - August 2016)

A golden season thanks to the Euro and the Olympics

With long-awaited global sports events which took place in 2016, such as the Summer Olympics or the UEFA European Championship, expectations were high to know if television viewers would still be hungry to watch sports on their screens. Yassine Berhoun, Sports Director of Eurodata TV Worldwide notes that “The 2015/2016 season showed us that sports remain a stronghold for live TV consumption. Even at the age of mobile devices, major sports events are the only shows capable of gathering such large audiences and reaching out to specific targets at the same time such as millennials. While we continue observing giant media companies investing impressive amounts on sports TV rights with this aim, sports turn out to be a genuine growth leverage for Web giants that started entering the game. The deal between Twitter and the National Football League signed in the United-States was a milestone in this regard.”

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