David Patterson – PwC, Melbourne
Michelle Wallace – PwC, Sydney
Scott walsh – PwC, Sydney
The filmed entertainment market consists of cinema advertising plus consumer spending at the box office and on renting and purchasing home videos in Blu-ray, DVD and VHS formats. It also includes subscription film rental services which deliver DVDs by mail and electronic rental services which enable films to be downloaded via a broadband internet connection.
- Australia’s filmed entertainment market will decrease at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.7 percent from 2011 to reach $2.7 billion by 2016.
- In 2011, the market decreased by 6.3 percent, due to declines in box office receipts and home video revenue.
- Cinema advertising in Australia will grow at a projected 3.4 percent compound annual rate to $97 million in 2016 from $82 million in 2011.
- The major cinema chains continue to digitise their screens, with 35 percent of the nation’s screens now showing digital and 3D films.
- In 2011, the online DVD subscription and digital downloads market increased by 15.8 percent in light of continuing pressure on internet service providers to more actively police online piracy.
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