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Scripted Series Report : Scripted Series, a powerful genre experiencing great change

"More than ever, the 2014-15 season points at the division of the series universe. On one side, great hits on the overseas market, such as CSI or The Mentalist will not be renewed by the channels which launched them. On the other hand, several forms of short narratives have been tested and local comedies are appearing”, notes April Blondelot, Head of International Studies with Eurodata TV. The 6th edition of the Scripted Series Report returns in 2014-15 and analyses the programming of series around the world - 101 channels and 13 countries – which represents more than 32,000 prime time hours of broadcasts."

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Yearly Sport Key Facts 2015 (September 2014 - August 2015)

Television sport consumption remains at a high level in 2015, despite the appearance of new pay platforms and the transfer of sports broadcasting rights from free channels to pay channels.

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Young Adults Report – September 2014 – April 2015
15-34 years old: Flagship shows, Events and New Viewing Habits
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BARC India and Médiamétrie announce the integration of Indian TV audiences into the Eurodata TV Worldwide service

In October 2015, Eurodata TV Worldwide, the world leader in the commercialisation of overseas TV audiences, will integrate the television audiences of BARC India (Broadcast Audience Measurement Council) into its services.

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From TV to the web, Eurodata TV Worldwide joins forces with Wizdeo. The best of YouTube channels to be measured in NoTa

Eurodata TV Worldwide and Wizdeo are joining forces to enhance NoTa - the international monitoring service for new television programming and online videos -with analysis of the best performing YouTube channels in leading global markets.

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TV’s autumn 2015 season: Eurodata TV Worldwide unveils new momentum in world TV 

Sahar Baghery, Head of Global Research and Content Strategy at Eurodata TV, says “Viewers habits are changing fast and all over the world, especially with the delinearised consumption of TV content and the growing spread of screens… confronted to such changes, both incumbent players and newcomers (OTT platforms, GAFA etc.) are renewing their offer with innovative content featuring the kind of interactivity that is suitable to the target audience.”
Eurodata TV Vice-President Frédéric Vaulpré adds, “This new momentum, which is transforming the way TV content is being watched, is also boosting the appeal  of the qualitative content to be watched on increasing amounts of screens.”

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Kids' TV report: Children’s channels are watched by more than half of young television viewers in Europe

The new January-June 2015 issue of the Kids TV Report produced by Eurodata TV Worldwide shows that many of the children channels have generated momentum. It delivers a full and accurate analysis of the recent TV hits in Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the UK.

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Changes in Senior Management at Eurodata TV Worldwide: Sahar Baghery and Jacques Balducci appointed

Changes are occurring in Senior Management at Eurodata TV Worldwide with the appointments of Sahar Baghery as Head of Global Research and Content Strategy, and of Jacques Balducci, promoted to Sales Director. They report to Frédéric Vaulpré, Vice-President of Eurodata TV.

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The Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo and Eurodata TV Worldwide announce the winners of the 10th “International TV Audience Awards”

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

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Entertainment TV Report: Entertainment programming continues to appeal and is bringing children to the screen.

With 11 countries surveyed*, over 80 channels covered and some 30,000 hours of prime time analysed, the 4th edition of the Entertainment Report reviews the hit successes for this genre in 2014. "In a situation where this genre continues to draw in good audience ratings but is struggling to establish new formats, television viewers are weighing in behind programmes that star talented children, "observed Avril Blondelot, International Research Manager at Eurodata TV Worldwide.

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