DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "The 2019 Netflix English-Speaking Film and Television Rate Report Series" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Accurately value film and television content in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States with unprecedented access to exclusive licensing rate cards.
The 2019 Netflix English-Speaking Film and Television Rate Report Series includes findings for three separate licensing agreements between Netflix and a U.S. film and television studio for streaming rights in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The SVOD licensing agreements grants Netflix a non-exclusive license to transmit selected film and television content in the territories. The licensing rates provided in the report cover a range of dates, most of the rate cards were effective from 2014 through 2018.
The 2019 Netflix English-Speaking Rate Report Series delivers unmatched financials to help you accurately value film and television content in several English-Speaking territories.
The 2019 Netflix Rate Report Series provides licensing rate cards for the following film categories:
- First Run Features
- First Run Free TV Window Feature
- First Run Pay Feature
- Non Qualifying First Run Free TV Window Features
- Non Territory Release
- Second Window Features
- Second Window Premium Feature
- Recent Library Features
- Re-Run Feature
- Re-Run Library Feature
- Library Features
- Current and Premium Made-For-TV Films
- Current and Direct-To-Video Films
- Made-For-TV Films
- Direct-To-Video Films
The 2019 Netflix Rate Report Series provides licensing rate cards for the following television categories:
- Current Series
- Non-Current Series
- Non-Returning Series
- Premium Catalog Series
- Catalog Series
- Catalog Miniseries
- + Specific Case Studies
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