DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global Consumer Spending on Media Content & Technology Forecast 2018-22" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The world's leading KPI benchmark delivering comprehensive, consistent and actionable Global and US market data and analysis of consumer end-user spending on digital and traditional media content and related technology.
The Global Consumer Spending on Media Content & Technology Forecast 2018-22 provides media stakeholders like you with the intelligent data, analysis and growth projections available, with consistent performance benchmarks across all 4 major global regions; the 20 largest media markets (countries); 2 broad media spending sectors (consumer content and consumer technology); 5 overall media spending segments (content unit purchases, content subscriptions, access, devices and software); and 28 digital and 14 traditional media categories.
The new report examines the entire 2012-22 period, with a core report in PowerPoint format that delivers a 500-slide deck providing in-depth analysis supplemented by 350 exclusive data graphs. In addition, the core report and analysis are amplified by a deep-dive Companion Excel Databook, which delivers 150 spreadsheet tabs and drill-down datasets by sector, market, segment and category totaling nearly 90,000 data points in all.
The Global Consumer Spending on Media Content & Technology Forecast 2018-22 is third and final installment in the 6th annual edition of the publisher's groundbreaking Global Media & Technology Forecast Series, a three-report bundle designed to provide the world's only consistent, holistic and in-depth perspective of the entire consumer-facing media landscape.
According to the new report, global consumer spending on media content & technology grew 6.3% to $1.7 trillion in 2017 and is pacing for 6% growth in 2018, as surging demand for digital media subscriptions to video and audio content, more affordable digital media devices and higher demand for security and storage software and services are all helping to bring the digital transformation to emerging markets via the growing middle class, lower-income regions, and rural communities worldwide.
Big government investments in new and upgraded online, mobile and telecom systems, spanning multiple markets in Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia, where a whole new world of opportunities - from previously unavailable Wi-Fi internet access to the accelerated rollout of Smart Cities initiatives in key emerging markets, such as India and China, to major developed nations, like the US and Australia.
In addition, digital penetration rates are gradually reaching saturation levels due to a more competitive global marketplace in which major mobile device makers and online access providers are lowering prices to convince their consumer base that mobile devices, high-speed access, and digital media content are no longer nice-to-have standalone products - they have become must-have bundles for consumers and businesses.
Original market research delivered through the latest Global Consumer Spending on Media Content & Technology Forecast 2018-22 is designed to equip today's media & technology company executives, management consultants, investment professionals, and ad agencies with critical strategic intelligence you need to make smarter, faster business decisions amid the transforming media ecosystem. The exclusive tracking, analyses, and projections cover the waterfront of consumer spending on digital, traditional and hybrid media content, access, smart technology, software, and other related services.
Other key features of the Forecast include:
- Exclusive Data, Analytics & Forecasts by Region, Market, Sector, Segment & Category
- 4 Regions & 20 Largest Media Markets
- Spending Definitions & Segmentation Categories
2 Media Spending Sectors
- Consumer Content
- Consumer Technology
2 Media Spending Sectors
- Content Unit Purchases
- Content Subscriptions
- Software & Services
- 28 Digital Media Spending Categories
- 14 Traditional Media Spending
- 11 Media Silos with Combined Digital & Traditional Consumer Spending
At-a-Glance Media Content & Technology Market Rankings by:
- Total Spending & Growth
- Annual Per Capita Spend
- Digital vs. Traditional Share of Total Global Consumer Spend on Media
- 2012-17 YE Estimates
- 2018-22 Forecasts
- 486 PowerPoint slides with 340 Tables & Graphs
- 111 Pages of Analysis
- Companion Excel Workbook includes 149 Tabs, detailed datasets by sector, market, segment, and category, totaling 86,600 data points.
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/21g1k1