Freitag, Juni 22, 2007

PwC Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2007-2011 Out

Yesterday PriceWaterhouseCoopers released there forecast 2007 - 2011 - the message is like last year 'growth' (what else). High growth for Digital Internet, TV distribution and video games (suprise, suprice) ... driven bei the BRIC's (which stands for Brazil, Russia, India and China). It is their eighth annual edition, containing in-depth analyses and forecasts of 14 major industry segments across five regions of the globe.

Outlook 2007 - 2011 Landing page

From the release:


Internet Advertising and Access Spending
"The global Internet market rose 21.8%, the fastest-growing segment in 2006 and the fourth consecutive increase in excess of 20%. Advertising rose 37.9% and access spending increased 18.8%. The migration of Internet subscribers from dial-up to broadband is the principal driver. Cable operators and telephone companies have introduced triple play packages that combine broadband with television and telephone service. Globally, Internet advertising and access spending is expected to grow from $177 billion in 2006 to $332 billion in 2011, a 13.4% CAGR."

Television Distribution
"The global television distribution market, the second fastest growing segment, increased by 9.4% in 2006, an improvement compared with the 6.5% increase in 2005. Aggressive roll-out of Internet protocol television from telephone companies is stimulating competition and fuelling subscriber growth. Cable operators are migrating their subscribers to digital platforms that not only boost monthly subscription revenues but also expand the market for video-on-demand. Mobile television is emerging as an important distribution channel, particularly in Asia Pacific, boosted by new service rollouts and enhanced wireless devices. Globally, the television distribution market will increase from $161 billion in 2006 to $251 billion in 2011, a 9.3% CAGR.

Video Games
"The introduction of the new generation of video game consoles and the associated increase in video game software purchases for those consoles boosted spending by 14.3% in 2006. New Internet-enabled consoles and growing broadband penetration will spur growth in the online game market while next-generation wireless devices will drive demand for wireless games. Globally, video game spending is expected to rise from $32 billion in 2006 to $49 billion in 2011, a 9.1% CAGR."

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Update:
Auf der Germany Site von PwC gibt es den Text auch in deutscher Sprache, inkl eines Abschnitts
Printmedien: Zeitungen, Zeitschriften und Bücher
Der Umsatz der Printmedien wird bis 2011 weltweit weiterhin nur langsam wachsen. Dennoch bleiben Zeitungen, Magazine und Bücher mit einem geschätzten Gesamterlös von rund 463 Milliarden US-Dollar ein Standbein der Medienbranche. Aufgrund der steigenden Bedeutung des Internets als Informations- und Unterhaltungsmedium sinken jedoch die Anzeigenerlöse. Elektronische Datenbanken und E-Books bremsen den Markt für Fachbücher und Fachzeitschriften. Für den Zeitungsmarkt wird ein jährliches Umsatzwachstum von 2,1 Prozent auf knapp 201 Milliarden US-Dollar im Jahr 2011 erwartet, im gleichen Zeitraum dürften die Zeitschriftenerlöse um 3,1 Prozent auf gut 117 Milliarden und der Buchumsatz um 3,6 Prozent auf 144,6 Milliarden US-Dollar zulegen.