DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r6fsxw/industry_insight) has announced the addition of the "Industry Insight - Global Media & Entertainment" report to their offering.
The size of the Global Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry in 2011 was USD1.6 trillion, an increase of 4.9% over 2010. The US was the largest M&E market in the world (about 32% of global market), with a value of USD464 billion in 2011, followed by Japan, China, Germany and UK.
Advertising contributes to about 35% of the total revenue, with subscribers/viewers contributing the balance. TV has the largest share of over 40%, followed by Newspapers (20%), internet (16%) and other media contributing the balance.
The M&E industry globally is fast shifting from the traditional to low-cost digital media, and it is impacting every segment of the business. This change has seen consumers migrate rapidly to new modes of digitally enabled, multichannel consumption behaviors. Digital accounted for 28% of M&E spending in 2011, up from 26% in 2010.
TV contributes to the lion's share of over 72% of the revenue to electronic media, with filmed entertainment (16%), Home entertainment (9%) and recorded music contributing to the balance. Newspapers contribute to just over 50% to the print media, with consumer magazines and B2B magazines sharing the balance pie equally
As the global economy is expected to recover, so is M&E industry expected to be back onto the upswing in the next four years and the global M&E industry is projected to reach USD2.1 trillion by 2016, at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 5.7%. Emerging economies are expected to grow faster than the developed countries in the next four years.
Digital spending is estimated to increase at a CAGR of about 3% during 2012-16, with the print media expected to grow at a much slower pace of just 1%. Advertising spend is projected to grow at a CAGR 4.3%, with digital advertisement spending growing at more than double that rate.
Technology will impact the M&E industry, perhaps more than any other industry, as the consumers turn more digital.
Key Topics Covered:
1.0 Segments of the Industry
2.0 Size of the M&E industry
3.0 Digital transformation of Media
4.0 M&E Consumption Pattern
5.0 Media Growth versus Economic Growth
6.0 Regional Segmentation
7.0 Business Segments of the M&E Industry
8.0 Global M&E Advertisement expenditure trends
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