In June's Hollywood Aftermarket: A Story of
All eyes in Hollywood are on Paris as Vivendi ponders bids for
Universal Pictures and its other entertainment assets. With
MGM and Liberty Media among the bidders, the impact of a deal
on the aftermarkets that represent 76% of Hollywood’s film
entertainment revenue could be enormous. And with the deal
coming at the dawn of the on-demand network era, the
implications are far reaching...
Cable is finding out that selling high-speed
access is easy and profitable. What are the implications for
programmers…. Does the video industry need HD-DVD? When will
it see the first players and discs? And what impact will it
have on the market?…
2003 issues have contained:
half Video results: Analysis of consumer spending and studio revenue
from DVD and VHS rentals and sales.
Market Share—Video retail sales and revenue analyzed across
the market and store-by-store.
Market Share by Studio—Rental and Sell-Through, DVD and VHS AMR’s
exclusive video market projection model through 2007
of the titles available on the Internet services MovieLink and
of buy rates in various a la carte networks from cable
pay-per-view to video-on-demand
How many books, records, CDs, DVDs and movie tickets do US
households buy every year?
Internet music services: who’s licensed to whom? And which
consumer propositions are winning out?
sales performance 2002 analyzed by box-office range
10 video titles of 2002: Gross v. net studio revenue analysis
our monthly data on the titles due on video in the month
ahead—box-office, stars, weeks in theaters, peak # of
screens, MPAA rating, VHS and DVD pricing—everything you need
for planning and analyzing titles in the aftermarket
the leading industry executives and top analysts and investors who
wouldn’t dream of trying
to stay abreast of movie industry trends without Hollywood
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