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Research and Markets: 2014 Broadcast Pro Video Industry Trends Report

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3pwmvm/2014_broadcast) has announced the addition of the "2014 Broadcast Pro Video Industry Trends Report" report to their offering.

The authors have been tracking the Broadcast Pro Video Marketplace since 1984. This 2014 Industry Trends Report contains both primary survey-based research as well as articles and reports from a variety of published sources.

Industry / Product Trend Results from Annual Broadcast Pro Video Survey

  • Executive Summary & Highlights
  • Vertical Market Composition
  • Business Activity Trends
  • Equipment Budget Trends
  • Product Purchasing Trends - 20 Product Types - 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Survey Results - Tables and Charts
  • Vertical Market Composition
  • Business Activity Trends
  • Equipment Budgets Trends
  • Product Types Purchased - 20 Product Types - 2012, 2013 & planned for 2014
  • Macro Trend: 2012, 2013, 2014, and average across all years
  • 2012 Trends
  • 2013 Trends
  • 2014 Trends
  • Average Across all Years

Key Topics Covered:

A. Industry / Product Trend Results from Annual Broadcast Pro Video Survey

B. Overview of Vertical Markets

  • Video Postproduction
  • Movie & Video Production
  • Television Production
  • Cable Networks
  • Additional Background on Cable Market:
  • Television Broadcasting In the US - An Overview

C. Media/TV Advertising Forecasts

2013 Forecast: TV Ad Revs To Dip, More Digital Growth

US Traditional Media Outlook, 2013-2017

  • Consumer magazine publishing: CAGR = -1.3%
  • Filmed entertainment: CAGR = 3.4%
  • Newspaper publishing: CAGR = -2.9%
  • Out-of-home advertising: CAGR = 5%
  • Radio: CAGR = 2.5%
  • TV subscriptions and license fees: CAGR = 2.2%
  • US TV Ad Spend and Influence (Updated - Q3 2013 Data)
  • TV as the Largest Advertising Medium
  • Ad Revenues Grow Despite Stagnant Reach
  • TV Advertising: Problems and Opportunities
  • TV's Influence as an Advertising Medium
  • Growth Segment: Spanish-Language TV
  • Looking Ahead: TV Ad Spend to Remain Healthy

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3pwmvm/2014_broadcast

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