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Television Programming & Broadcasting in the UK: Market Research Report

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Television Programming & Broadcasting Market Research Report | SIC J60.200 | Jan 2017

Switched on: The industry is expected to continue to adapt to new viewing habits

IBISWorld’s Television Programming & Broadcasting market research report provides the latest industry statistics and industry trends, allowing you to identify the products and customers driving revenue growth and profitability. The industry report identifies the leading companies and offers strategic industry analysis of the key factors influencing the market.

Report Snapshot
Market Share of Companies
British Broadcasting Corporation British Broadcasting Corporation market share
British Sky Broadcasting Limited British Sky Broadcasting Limited market share
Channel Four Television Corporation Channel Four Television Corporation market share
ITV plc ITV plc market share
Industry Statistics & Market Size
Revenue
£13bn
Annual Growth 12-17
2.4%
Annual Growth 17-22
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Profit
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Employment
33,413
Businesses
1,166
Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

Industry operators create complete TV programming schedules using content they have purchased or produced themselves. Over the past decade, the industry has undergone significant changes. For instance, it is increasingly dominated by subscription packages rather than free-to-air broadcasts and has come to include video-on-demand services provided on screens other than TVs. The switch to digital TV has had the biggest influence on the industry, allowing the number of new channels to increase rapidly and changing the sources of broadcasters' revenue. Industry revenue is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 2.4% over the five years through 2016-17, reaching £12.6 billion, including growth of 2.5% in the current year... purchase to read more

Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter

The industry has a medium level of capital intensity. IBISWorld estimates that the average broadcaster will operate with a capital-to-labour ratio of 0.25:1 in 2016-17. This indicates that for every £1.00 operators spend on capital, they are expected to spend £3.97 on wages. Capital costs are higher than the historical average because the digital changeover required expensive new infrastructure. Labour costs have also risen in recent years.

Historically, the industry's main capital requirement has been server infrastructure. Although the transmission of signals is typically outsourced, providing a consistently high-quality signal to transmitters without downtime or distortion has tended to require a significant amount of computing power. As .. purchase to read more

 


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What is the Television Programming & Broadcasting Industry?

The Television Programming and Broadcasting industry includes operators that create TV programming schedules and video-on-demand channels using purchased or self-produced content. The industry excludes the production of TV programmes and the assembly and distribution of packages of channels without programming.

Industry Products
Publicly funded channelsCommercial public-service channelsCommercial multichannels
 
Industry Activities
Programming TV schedulesAnalogue free-to-air TV broadcasting Digital free-to-air TV broadcasting Digital pay-per-view TV broadcastingProviding video-on-demand servicesProviding data streaming and online TV


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