PPV and VOD to Lead Consumer Spending on Electronic Media and Entertainment
According to a recent release by Informa Media Group, over $100 billion was spent in the US on electronic
media and entertainment in 2002. Informa explains that "electronic media and entertainment" includes television subscriptions (PPV and VOD), DVD and video-related products, theatrical exhibition
products, games and music. Informa projects that electronic media and entertainment spending will rise to $102.8 billion by the end of this year, led by television subscription spending, which will
total $53.5 billion.
US Consumer Spending on Electronic Media and Entertainment ($ in Millions)
|TV Subscription/PPV/VOD||$46.1||48.8||53.5||64.5 |
|Theatrical Exhibition||9.5||9.8||10.1||10.9 |
Informa Media Group, April 2003
For a better idea of who these consumers are, comScore Media Metrix determined in Q1 2002 that 63% of US Internet users subscribed to cable television, and 22%
subscribed to satellite TV services.
US Internet Users' TV Subscription Services, Q1 2002 (% Internet Users)
- Cable Services 63%
- Satellite TV Service 22%
- TiVo Device 2%
- No Subscription Services 14%
Source: comScore Media Metrix, Sept, 2002
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