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1 PDF VERON 212 YEARBOOK ANNUAIRE JABU Volume - BanD 1 Television, cinema, video and on-demand audiovisual services in 38 European States Télévision, cinéma, vidéo et services audiovisuels à la demande dans 38 pays européens Television, film, video and audiovisual on-demand services in 38 European countries

2 EUPEAN AUDIOVU OBRVORY, Yearbook 212. Television, cinema, video and on-demand audiovisual services in Europe, 212 Edition, Vol. 1, Television, cinema, video and on-demand audiovisual services in 38 European States, European Audiovisual Observatory, Strasbourg , 212. OBRVOIRE EUPÉEN L AUDIOVUEL, Annuaire 212. Télévision, cinéma, vidéo et services audiovisuels à la demande en Europe, Edition 212, Vol. 1, Télévision, cinéma, vidéo et services audiovisuels à la demande dans 38 pays européens, Observatoire de l audiovisuel, Strasbourg, 212. EUPÄE AUDIOVUELLE INFORMIONSTELLE, yearbook 212. Television, film, video and audio-visual on-demand services in Europe, 212, vol. 1, television in 38 European countries, European Audiovisual Observatory, Strasbourg, 212. Director of publication Directeur de la publication Publishing Director Wolfgang Closs Editor Coordination scientifique Under the scientific direction of Dr. André Lange Head of the Department "Information on Markets and Financing" Responsable du département "Information sur les marchés et les financements" Head of the Department Information on Markets and Financing Analysts Analysts Analysts Dr. Florence Hartmann, Martin Kanzler, Deirdre Kevin, Lorenzo Principale, Dr. Agnes Schneeberger, David Steele. Special thanks to the following Remerciements particuliers à Special thanks to BUREAU VAN DIJK ELECTNIC PUBSHING (Vincent Leray), comscore (Delphine Gatignol), EBU (Lisa Benjamin, Roberto Suarez Candel), EPRA (Emmanuelle Machet), EUDA-TV (Jacques Braun, Alexandre Callay, Charlotte Michelotti), LYNGS (Christian Lyngemark and his network), SCRN DIGT (Maria Aguete, Guy Bisson, Richard Broughton, Helen Davies, Ben Keen), WARC (Matthew Coombs). Pedro Brauman (RTP,), Miguel Angel Fontan (Kantar Media,), Eva Harrie (RDICOM,), Pascal Lechevallier, (What s Hot) and all our correspondents within television companies. Department for Legal Information of the European Audiovisual Observatory (Dr. Susanne Nikoltchev, Francisco Cabrera) and their network of correspondents. EFARN (European Film Agency Research Network) EPRA (European Platform of Regulatory Authorities) Trainnees Stagiaires Interns Dr. Francisco Gallego, Luca Manucci. Editorial Assistant and Yearbook Premium Service Assistante éditoriale et Service premium de l Annuaire Publishing assistant and yearbook Premium Service Valérie Haessig Tel.: +33 ()) Translation and proofreading Traduction et relecture Translation and proofreading France Courrèges, Michael Finn, Paul Green, Ralf Pfleger, Sonja Schmidt, Catherine Vacherat. Documentation - Public Relations Documentation - Relations publiques Documentation - Public Relations Alison Hindhaugh Tel.: +33 ()) Marketing Promotion Marketing Markus Booms Tel.: +33 ()) Publisher Editeur Verlag European Audiovisual Observatory Observatoire européen de l audiovisuel European Audiovisual Observatory 76, allée de la Robertsau F-67 SASBOURG Tél. : +33 () Fax: +33 () Exclusive distribution for Spain and Latin America Distribution exclusive pour l Espagne et l Amérique latine Exclusive distribution for Spain and Latin America CINEinforme y TELEinforme Ediciones Exportfilm, S.L. Gran Vía 64 E-2813 MADRID - PAÑA Tel. +34 (9) / (9) Fax +34 (9) Layout Maquette Design Acom Europe, Paris 212 European Audiovisual Observatory Observatoire européen de l audiovisuel European Audiovisual Observatory, Strasbourg Printed in France Imprimé en France Printed in France BN: (PDF VERON) If you wish to reproduce tables or graphs contained in this publication please contact the European Audiovisual Observatory for prior approval. Please note that the European Audiovisual Observatory can only authorize reproduction of tables or graphs sourced as European Audiovisual Observatory or OBS. All other entries may only be reproduced with the consent of the original source. Si vous souhaitez reproduire des tableaux ou graphiques de cette publication, veuillez contacter l Observatoire européen de l audiovisuel pour une préalable authorization. Merci de noter que l Observatoire européen de l audiovisuel ne peut autoriser que la reproduction des tableaux et graphiques sourcés avec la mention Source: European Audiovisual Observatory ou OBS. La reproduction des autres tableaux et graphiques ne peut être effectuée sans l authorization préalable des sources originales. Before attempting to reproduce any of the tables or graphs contained in this publication, please obtain the consent of the European Audiovisual Observatory. Please note that the European Audiovisual Observatory can only permit the reproduction of tables or graphs marked with Source: European Audiovisual Observatory or OBS. All other entries can only be reproduced with the consent of the original source.

3 Introduction Introduction We have much pleasure in pre senting Volume 1 of the 18 th European Audio visual Observatory Yearbook. This edition, the first of the Observatory's three-year Action Plan, is in a new two-volume format, which is the result of a broad consultation and discussions held in 211 with our Executive Council, our Advisory Committee and our most responsive readers on the publication s editorial approach. The aim of this new format is to present in Volume 1 as broad a dashboard as possible of all the audiovisual landscapes in the Observatory member states. Volume 2 will employ a pan-european approach and set out information on the different areas of the sector in summarized form. Cette édition, la première du plan d action triennal de l Observatoire, se présente sous un nouveau format, en deux volumes. Cette nouvelle formule résulte d une large consultation et d une réflexion sur les lignes éditoriales de cette publication, menée, durant l année 211, en concertation avec notre Conseil exécutif, notre Comité consultatif et nos lecteurs les plus réactifs. L objectif de cette nouvelle formule est de présenter dans le volume 1 un tableau de bord le plus large possible de l ensemble des paysages audiovisuels dans les Etats membres de l Observatoire, tandis que le volume 2 présentera de manière synthétique les différentes branches d activité du secteur dans une approche panuropéenne. Edition of the yearbook of the European Audiovisual Observatory. This first edition of the Observatory's three-year action plan is presented in a new two-volume format. This is the result of the deliberations and deliberations in 211 on the editorial line of this publication, in which our Executive Board, the Advisory Committee and dedicated readers also participated. In accordance with this new format, Volume 1 contains the broadest possible representation of the indicators for the entire film and television landscape in the member states of the European Audiovisual Observatory, while Volume 2 provides an overview of the various fields of activity in the sector from a pan-European perspective.

4 Introduction Introduction Films produced, entries and box office receipts, market share according to film origin and by distributor); data on the domestic video market (equipment penetration, figures for retail sales and DVD and Blu-ray disc rentals, number of transactions, retail prices). Our hope in changing the format of Volume 1 in this way is to provide a reference tool that is more complete as it takes account of all consumption methods and the latest market developments (especially the development of individual reception devices, such as smartphones, tablets and games consoles; the diversification of on-demand services; and the consumption of online video services). Our aim has also been to provide indicators of the level of market concentration (market shares of broadcasting groups, number of subscribers to distribution platforms, market shares of cinema distributors). As far as public sector funding is concerned, we have preferred to depart from the old method of presentation (which emphasized the main companies) in favor of a consolidated approach that takes account of the income of all public broadcasters. Methodological details are provided at the end of the volume. The financial data are expressed in national currency at current rates to avoid any distortion of the picture of market trends due to exchange rate fluctuations. In Volume 2, the tables will be in euros to make it easier for comparisons to be made at the European level. We hope this new format will meet with our readers approval. Any questions and comments that will enable us to better understand the wishes of the users of this publication are always welcome. We wish to thank our various data suppliers (comscore, EBU-EUR, Eurodata- TV, IHS Screen Digest, IVF, Lyngsat, Médiasalles and Warc) as well as our many national correspondents (especially within EPRA and the EFARN network) for their contributions to what remains a permanent challenge, namely to improve the transparency of the European audiovisual sector. André Lange Head of the Department for Information on Markets and Financing European Audiovisual Observatory des données sur l audience en ligne (Internet fixe) des 4 principaux groupes éditeurs de services 1; des données sur l offre et la consommation de services de télévision de rattrapage et de video à la demande 2; des données de base sur le marché du cinéma (infrastructure d exploitation, nombre de films produits, entrées et recettes au guichet, part de marché suivant l origine des films et par distributeurs); des données sur le marché de la video domestique (equipement, cipher d affaires de la vente au détail et de location de DVD et de disques Blu-ray, nombre de transactions, price de détail). En révisant ainsi la formule de volume 1, nous espérons fournir un outil de référence à la fois plus complet, en ce qu il tient compte de l ensemble des modalités de consommation et des développements les plus récents du marché (notamment le développement des équipements individuels de reception tels que smartphones, tablets et consoles de jeu; la diversification des services à la demande; la consommation des services de video en ligne). Nous avons également visé à fournir des indicateurs de niveau de concentration des marchés (parts de marché des groupes de diffusion, nombre d subscriptions aux plates-formes de distribution, parts de marché des distributeurs cinéma). En ce qui concerne le financement du secteur public, nous avons préféré à l ancien mode de présentation (qui mettait l accent sur les principales entreprises) fournir une approche consolidée, intégrant recettes de l ensemble des entreprises publiques de télévision et de radio. Des détails méthodologiques sont fournis en fin de volume. Les données financières sont fournies en monnaies nationales à prix courant afin d éviter de biaiser la perception des tendances par les effets d évolution des cours de change; dans le volume 2 les tableaux seront fournis en euros, afin de faciliter les comparaisons à l échelle européenne. Nous espérons que cette nouvelle formule rencontrera l approbation de nos lecteurs. Les questions et les commentaires, nous permettant de mieux comprendre les souhaits des utilisateurs de cette publication, sont toujours les bienvenus. Nous tenons à remercier nos différents fourisseurs de données (comscore, EBU- EUR, Eurodata-TV, IHS Screen Digest, IVF, Lyngsat, Médiasalles, Warc) ainsi que nos multiple correspondants nationaux (en particulier au sein de l EPRA et du réseau EFARN ) pour leur contribution à ce qui reste un défit permanent, améliorer la transparence du secteur audiovisuel européen. Data on online audience ratings (stationary Internet) of the 4 most important operators 1; Data on the offer and use of TV media libraries and video on-demand services 2; Basic data on the film market (evaluation infrastructure, number of films produced, number of cinema visitors and film revenues, market share by country of origin of the films and by distributor); Home video market data (equipment, retail sales for DVD and Blu-ray disc sales and rentals, number of transactions, retail prices). With the new format of Volume 1, we want to offer a more comprehensive reference work, both with regard to usage habits and the latest market developments (in particular for individual receiving devices such as smartphones, tablets and game consoles as well as with regard to the diversification of on-demand services and the use of online Video services). We also want to provide indicators for the extent of market concentration (market shares of broadcasting groups, number of subscribers to distribution platforms, market shares of feature film distributors). With regard to the financing of the public service sector, instead of highlighting the leading companies as we did before, we have taken a consolidated approach and recorded the revenues of all public service radio and television companies. Details of the methodological procedure can be found at the end of the volume. The financial information is given in the local currency to avoid distortions caused by fluctuations in exchange rates. In Volume 2, on the other hand, the table information is given in euros for easier intra-European comparison. We hope that our readers will approve of this new format and look forward to questions and comments that will enable us to better understand what our readers want. We would like to thank the various data providers (comscore, EBU-UER, Eurodata-TV, IHS Screen Digest, IVF, Lyngsat, Médiasalles and Warc) as well as our numerous country correspondents (especially within the EPRA and the EFARN network) for their contribution to overcoming this permanent challenge , improving transparency in the European audiovisual sector. 1 Only for the 6 big countries. 2 France only. André Lange Responsable du département “Information on the marches and financements” Observatoire européen de l audiovisuel Dr. André Lange Head of the Information on Markets and Financing Department European Audiovisual Observatory Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1

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6 Company Listings n by country MAVE n by type of services offered n by type of operator: cable, iptv, etc. Database of tv companies and tv channels in the european union and candidate countries TV Market Profiles n Description of the tv market n licensing authorities n Data on population and equipment n list of channels available and national companies TV Channel Profiles n Genre and programming concept n countries and audience targeted The European Television Database n related licensing authority n list of platforms carrying each channel TV Company Profiles n address and link to website n list of main activities n ownership information n list of channels owned by each company

7 Albania Albanie Albanien Three players share the national audiovisual market: the Albanian public service broadcaster RTSH, which operates two channels, TVSH (Shqiptar TV1) and TVSH Sat (the international service of RTSH) and two private television operators, TV Klan and Top Channel (which is operated by the Albanian group Top Media). The activity of private electronic media began without a legal framework in 1995, with the launch of the unlicensed channel Shijak TV. After the creation of Keshilli Kombetar i Radiove dhe Televizioneve (National Radio and Television Council NRTC) in 1999, commercial radio and television stations started operating under licenses. There are around fifty cable operators in the Albanian market and two competing satellite platforms. The package offered by DigitAlb, which is controlled by the Top Media group, was launched in 24 and offers around seventy channels. Top Media also controls the digital terrestrial television platform DigitAlb, which was launched on 24. It announced in January 211 that it had consolidated until June 22 the satellite resources made available to it by Eutelsat. It claims to have an audience of more than 3 direct reception subscribers both in Albania and abroad, plus 1 households supplied by the Albanian DTT network, the transmitters of which are themselves fed by Eutelsat. Its competitor, a package called Tring, was launched by Albanian Satellite Communications on September 28 and comprises over twenty free-to-air channels. Tring Digital has approximately 14 subscribers in Albania. In 27 a personal (DVB-H) mobile television service, DigitAlb Mobile, was launched by the Top Media group. Although pay-dtt has been operating since 24, the launch of a free DTT system has been delayed. In May 212, the Council of Ministers approved a strategy for Digital Switch-over which will see the launch of DTT, and a planned switch-off of analogue broadcasting in 215. In 211, the license fee paid by each household for the public broad casting service doubled. For years Albania has had one of the lowest license fees for public broadcasting in the region. This fee is paid through the payment of the respective electricity bills. Until 211, the fee was paid as a lump sum, in the first trimester of each year. The sum will be divided in monthly rates of L 1 (EUR.72) in order to evenly distribute the amount that the population owes to the public broadcasting service through the year.National Radio and Television Council: Legal aspects: IR Merlin: Trois acteurs se partagent le marché audiovisuel national: d un côté, la Radio-télévision publique albanaise (RTSH) qui comprend deux chaînes, TVSH (Shqiptar TV1) et TVSH Sat (le service international du radiodiffuseur public), et de l autre, deux opérateurs de télévision privés, TV Klan et Top Channel (opérée par le groupe albanais Top Media). Les activités des médias électroniques privés ont débuté sans cadre légal en 1995 avec le lancement de Shijak TV, une chaîne ne bénéficiant d aucune license. Après la création du Keshilli Kombetar i Radiove dhe Televizioneve (Conseil national de la radio et de la télévision, CNRT) en 1999, les radios et télévisions privées ont commencé à diffuser sous license. Une cinquantaine de câblo-opérateurs opèrent sur le marché albanais et deux plates-formes satellitaires concurrentes. Le bouquet DigitAlb, contrôlé par le groupe Top Media, a été lancé en 24 et propose quelque 7 chaînes. Top Media contrôle also la plate-forme de télévision numérique terrestre DigitAlb, qui a été lancée dès 24. Il a annoncé en janvier 211 avoir consolidé jusqu en juin 22 les ressources satellitaires mises à sa disposition par Eutelsat. The revendique une audience de plus de 3 subscriptions en reception directe tant en Albanie qu à l étranger. S y ajoutent 1 foyers alimentés par le réseau terrestre de TNT albanais dont les émetteurs sont eux-mêmes alimentés par Eutelsat. Face à lui, le bouquet Tring a été lancé par Albanian Satellite Communications on September 28th Tring Digital compte approximately 14 subscriptions in Albanie. En 27, le groupe Top Media a lancé un service de télévision mobile (DVB-H) personnel, DigitAlb Mobile. Alors que la TNT payante fonctionne depuis 24, le lancement de la TNT gratuite est retardé. En mai 212, le Conseil des ministres a approuvé une stratégie pour le passage au numérique qui verra le lancement de la TNT et l abandon de l analogique en 215. En 211, le montant de la redevance dont s acquitte chaque foyer afin de financer le public service de radio diffusion a double. Depuis de nombreuses années, the redevance audiovisual albanaise était l une des moins élevées de la region. Son montant est acquitté en même temps que celui des factures d électricité. Jusqu en 211 la somme en question était prélevée mensuellement par tranches de 1 L (, 72 EUR) afin de répartir uniformément le montant dû annuellement par la population au radiodiffuseur de service public. The audiovisual market in Albania is shared by three players: on the one hand the public broadcaster (RTSH) with the two channels TVSH (Shqiptar TV1) and TVSH Sat (the international channel of RTSH) and on the other hand the two private broadcaster TV Klan and Top Channel (a subsidiary of the Albanian group Top Media). The activities of private electronic media began in 1995 in a legal vacuum with the launch of the unlicensed channel Shijak TV. After the establishment of the National Radio and Television Council Keshilli Kombetar i Radiove dhe Televizioneve in 1999, private radio and television stations had to acquire a broadcasting license. There are around 5 cable network operators and two competing satellite TV platforms on the Albanian market. The Top Media Group's DigitAlb bouquet has been on the market for 24 years and comprises around 7 channels. Top Media also controls the DVB-T platform DigitAlb, which was also launched in 24th. The group announced in January 211 that the satellite capacities provided by Eutelsat had been contractually secured until June 22. According to his own statements, he has over 3 subscribers who receive the program directly in Albania and abroad. In addition, 1 households are supplied with the Albanian terrestrial digital network, whose broadcasting stations receive the signals via Eutelsat. In addition, since September 28 there has been a new offer (Tring) from the operator Albanian Satellite Communications with approx. 2 unencrypted channels. Tring Digital has around 14 subscribers in Albania. In 27, the Top Media Group launched a mobile (DVB-H) television service, DigitAlb Mobile. Although there has been Pay-DVB-T in Albania for 24 years, free-to-air DVB-T was only introduced much later. It was only in May 212 that the Council of Ministers adopted a digital television switchover strategy aimed at introducing digital terrestrial television. The shutdown of the analog signal is only planned for 215. In 211 the fees for receiving public service broadcasting were increased by 1%. For years, Albania had the lowest public broadcasting license fees in the region. Until 211 the fee was charged through the electricity bill, as a flat rate in the first quarter of each year. From now on, the sum is due in monthly installments of 1 L (.72 EUR) in order to distribute the sum that the population has to raise for public broadcasting evenly over the year. Albanian Media Institute: Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1 7

8 Albania Albanie Albanien 1 Equipment 211 Demography 211 In thousands. Population Households 74 Albanian Institute of Statistics 211 Household equipment as at penetration in% HH. Total in thousands Primary in thousands TV households 71 ​​Cable TV subscriptions 5.4% 4 ~ Digital cable TV households ~ ~ ~ Digital DTH / SMV households ~ ~ ~ Pay DTH / SMV subscriptions 4.5% 3 ~ IV households ~ ~ ~ Pay IV subscriptions ~ ~ ~ DTT households ~ ~ ~ Pay DTT subscriptions 13.5% 1 ~ Total digital TV households 54.1% 4 ~ Total pay TV subscriptions ~ ~ ~ Households with DVD player ~ ~ ~ Households with Blu-ray disc player ~ ~ ~ Households with PC 16.2% 12 ~ Households with broadband connections 18.9% 14 Households with Smart TV ~ ~ ~ Connectable TV households ~ ~ ~ U, Open Society Institute, Digitalb, Postal and Electronic Communications Authority AKEP 2 Audiovisual services 212 TV services established in the country by kind of transmission July 212 Public Private Total Terrestrial (national) Cable / Satellite / IV / Mobile Regional / Local 6 6 Regional / Local windows 3 3 Channels targeting foreign markets 1 Total Foreign channels targeting the country Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 volume 1

9 Austria Autriche Österreich The most important broadcaster in Austria is still the public service ORF, which has gradually been losing market share since the introduction of private television. The channels ORF1 and ORF2 had a combined average audience market share of 35.7% in 211 (down almost 11% since 26). ORF2 is still the most popular channel, with 21.9% of viewers on average. German television is also popular in Austria. The main German private channels reach a combined audience market share of almost 3% (the most important of these being RTL Austria, Sat.1 Austria, ProSieben Austria and Vox). German public service channels had a combined audience market share of 13%. The main private channel is V (launched in 23) with an audience share of 3.5% in 211. Another Austrian private channel, V2, has been broadcasting since December 211. In 212, Austria 9 TV was taken over by ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG and then replaced by XX Austria. The number of different local and regional channels has increased to 115. The 211 Communications Report published by the regulatory authority, Komm-Austria, shows that the number of digital television households reached 69% in December 211. Digital satellite reception has traditionally played an important role in this development as satellite is received in approximately 5% of households (97% of these were digital at the end of 211). The digitization of cable has increased in 211. About 44% of households rely on cable and 16% of Austrian households have digital cable services. About 5% of households rely on DTT for TV reception. The switchover from analogue to digital terrestrial television was completed in Austria in June 211. Digital terrestrial television was launched in October 26. There are two multiplexes (A and B) with the following national channels: V, V2, ORF1, ORF2, ORII Kultur and information, ORF Sport +, PULS 4, Red Bull TV, Servus TV and 3sat. Regional and local stations are carried on a third multiplex platform (MUX C is operated by different companies in each region). In May 211, tenders were invited for two additional multiplexes for the nationwide transmission of digital terrestrial television in the new DVB-T2 broadcasting standard. A total of three nationwide multiplexes (MUX D, E, F) in the DVB-T2 standard are planned. Satellite is the most important mode of television reception in Austria, followed by cable. The public service broadcaster ORF provides a digital satellite package. Another important operator is the plat form Sky Österreich, (formerly Premiere Österreich), which was rebranded Le principal radiodiffuseur autrichien demeure le radiodiffuseur de service public ORF, qui perd toutefois des parts de marché depuis l introduction de la télévision privée. En 211, les chaînes ORF1 et ORF2 cumulent une part de marché moyenne de 35.7% (en recul de 11 points depuis 26). ORF2 rests la chaîne la plus popular, avec une part moyenne d audience de 21.9%. La télévision allemande est également appréciée en Autriche. Les grandes chaînes privées allemandes atteignent une part d audience cumulée de près de 3% (les principales étant RTL Austria, Sat.1 Austria, ProSieben Austria et Vox). Les chaînes de service public allemandes ont une part d audience cumulée supérieure à 13%. La principale chaîne privée est V (lancée en 23), avec une part d audience de 3.5% en 211. Une seconde chaîne, V2, a également été lancée en décembre 211. En 212, ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG a repris Austria 9 TV, rebaptisée XX Austria. Au total, le nombre de diffuseurs locaux et régionaux est passé à 115. Le rapport 211 sur les communications publié par l autorité de régulation, Komm- Austria, montre que le nombre de foyers recevant la télévision numérique s élève à 69% en décembre 211 The reception numérique par satellite a toujours joué un rôle important dans ce développement, le satellite étant reçu dans environ 5% of the foyer (dont 97% de numériques fin 211). La numérisation du câble a également progressé en 211. Environ 44% of the foyer sont câblés et 16% of the foyers autrichiens bénéficient de services câblés numériques. Quelque 5% reçoivent des signaux télévisés par le biais de la TNT. En Autriche, la TV analogique a été définitivement arrêtée au profit de la TV numérique en juin 211. La télévision numérique terrestre a été lancée en octobre 26. Il existe deux multiplex (A and B), avec les chaînes nationales suivantes: V, V2 , ORF1, ORF2, ORII Kultur und Information, ORF Sport +, PULS 4, Red Bull TV, Servus TV et 3sat. Les diffuseurs régionaux et locaux sont répartis sur une troisième plate-forme multiplex (MUX C, exploité par différentes firmes régionales). From may 211, the appels d offres ont été lancés pour l attribution de deux autres multiplex nationaux de diffusion dans the new standard DVB-T2. Au total trois multiplex (MUX D, E, F) devraient diffuser en norm DVB-T2. Le satellite est le principal mode de reception des signaux télévisés en Autriche, avant le câble. Le radiodiffuseur public ORF propose un bouquet numérique by satellite. Un autre opérateur majeur du satellite est la plate-forme Sky Austria (ex-premiere Austria), rebaptisée en juillet 29 après la reprise de premiere The most important broadcaster in Austria is still the public broadcaster ORF, whose market share since the introduction of private television has continuously decreased. The two channels ORF1 and ORF2 together achieved a market share of 35.7% in 211 (minus 11% since 26). With an average audience share of 21.9%, ORF2 is still the most popular broadcaster. German channels are also very popular in Austria. The largest German private broadcasters together achieve a market share of almost 3% (including in particular RTL, Sat.1 Austria, ProSieben Austria and Vox). The German public broadcasters together have a market share of 13%. The largest Austrian private broadcaster is V (23 launched) with a market share of 3.5% in 211. Since December 211 there is another Austrian private broadcaster with V2. In 212 Austria 9 TV was taken over by ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG and finally replaced by XX Austria. There was also an increase to 115 different local and regional stations. According to the communications report published in 211 by the regulatory authority KommAustria,% of households were able to receive digital television in December. Satellite television traditionally plays an important role in this development: around 5% of households receive satellite television, 97% of which are digital television (status at the end of 211). The digitization of the cable network has also increased in the past year. Around 44% of households are connected to cable television, and 16% of households now use digital cable services. Around 5% of households depend on DVB-T to receive television programs. In June 211 the switch from analogue to digital aerial television was completed in Austria. DVB-T went into operation on October 26. There are two multiplexes (A and B) with the following national channels: V, V2, ORF1, ORF2, ORII Kultur und Information, ORF Sport +, PULS 4, Red Bull TV, Servus TV and 3sat. Regional and local broadcasters are split up on a third multiplex platform (MUX C is operated by a different company in each region). In May 211, tenders were issued for two further multiplexes for nationwide broadcasting of digital aerial television in the new DVB-T2 transmission standard. A total of three nationwide multiplexes (MUX D, E, F) in the DVB-T2 transmission standard are planned. 212 Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1 9

10 Austria Autriche Österreich in July 29 after News Corporation s takeover of Premiere AG. A third service Austria Sat was launched in October 21 by the M7 Group, and in September 211 the same company launched the HD package, HD Austria. There are many cable operators in Austria, the most important of these being UPC. At the end of 211, UPC Telekabel, had approximately 51 subscribers (about 5% are digital customers). In 26, A1 Telekom Austria AG launched the IV platform A1 TV (formerly aontv) in Vienna. The service announced that it had approx. 2 subscribers by the end of 211. Two other companies, Infotech and Pitztalnet, are also offering IV services. At the end of 21, the broadcasting of mobile terrestrial television (DVB-H), which was introduced in 28, was discontinued due to a lack of con sumer interest and an insufficient range of receiving devices. Following an investigation completed by the European Commission in 29 regarding the financing and remit of the public broadcaster ORF, a new media law was passed in July 21. The regulatory authority KommAustria, was given responsibility for legal supervision of the public service broadcaster (ORF) . The financing of the ORF now follows EU standards regarding commercial and non commercial activities. A quality assurance system aimed at ensuring the full film of the public service remit has been introduced. In addition, ORF is obliged to draw up plans for offering public broadcasting services. The level of the license fee is subject to scrutiny by KommAustria. The amendments to the Audiovisual Media Services Act AMG and the ORF Act (ORF Act ORF-G) adopted by the Austrian Parliament on 29 February 212 contain improvements for private television channels, such as the relaxation of the licensing restrictions for private channels and minimizing distortions of competition to the detriment of private channels in the case of the broadcasting of certain sports events. AG par News Corporation. Un troisième service, Austria Sat, a été lancé en octobre 21 par le groupe M7 qui propose également, depuis septembre 211, un bouquet HD, HD Austria. L Autriche compte de nombreux câbloopérateurs, le principal étant UPC. Fin 211, UPC Telekabel compte quelque 51 subscriptions (dont around 6% de clients numériques). En 26, A1 Telekom Austria AG a lancé la plate-forme IV A1 TV (anciennement aontv) à Vienne. Fin 211, le service annonçait quelque 2 subscriptions. Deux autres opérateurs, Infotech et Pitztalnet, fournissent également des services IV. Face au manque d intérêt de la part des consommateurs et à l offre anémique de récepteurs, l Autriche a fermé son réseau dédié de télévision fin mobile (DVB-H) 21, soit deux ans après son lancement. Suite à une procédure d examen de la Commission européenne en 29 relative au financement et à la mission du diffuseur public ORF, un nouveau projet d amendement de la loi sur les médias a été adopté en juillet 21. L autorité de régulation KommAustria a été chargée de la supervision juridique du radiodiffuseur de service public (ORF). Le financement de l ORF respecte dorénavant les normes de l UE concernant les activités commerciales et non commerciales. A système d assurance quality a ensuite été mis en place afin de garantir le respect de la mission de service public. L ORF ainsi l obligation d élaborer des "projets d offres" de service public. The montant de la redevance is fixed par la KommAustria, qui en contrôle l utilization. Suite aux amendements de l Audiovisual Media Services Act (loi sur les services de médias audiovisuels - AMD-G) et de l ORF Act (loi sur l ORF) adopted le 29 février 212 par le Parlement Autrichien, les diffuseurs privés ont vu leur situation s améliorer. The restrictions d autorisation existantes ont été assouplies pour le secteur privé et les distorsions de concurrence au détriment du secteur privé ont été réduites pour la diffusion de certains événements sportifs.KommAustria / Rundfunk und Telekom Regulierungs-GmbH (R-GmbH): DVB-T: The digital antenna television: ORF-Mark and media research: Legal aspects: IR Merlin: Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1 The television reception in Austria takes place primarily via satellite and secondarily via cable. A package for digital satellite television is offered by ORF. Another important operator is Sky Austria (formerly Premiere Austria), which was renamed in July 29 after the takeover of Premiere AG by the News Corporation. A third service AustriaSat was launched in October 21 by the M7 Group, which also launched an HD package (HD Austria) in September 211. There are numerous cable network operators in Austria, of which UPC is the largest. At the end of 211 UPC Telekabel had around 51 subscribers (around 6% of them digital). In 26, A1 Telekom Austria AG put the IV platform A1 TV (formerly aontv) into operation in Vienna. According to the company, the service had around 2 subscribers at the turn of the year 211/12. IV services are also offered by Infotech and Pitztalnet. At the end of 21, after its introduction 28, mobile terrestrial television (DVB-H) was discontinued due to a lack of interest on the part of consumers and an insufficient range of receivers. After an investigation by the European Commission in 29 into the financing and public service mandate of the ORF, a new media law was passed in July 21. Accordingly, the regulatory authority KommAustria has legal supervision over the public broadcaster (ORF). The ORF is now financed according to EU standards for commercial and non-commercial activities. As a result, a quality assurance system was introduced to ensure the fulfillment of the public service mandate. Furthermore, the ORF must create mandatory offer concepts for public services. The amount of the program fee is subject to a review by KommAustria. The amendments to the Audiovisual Media Services Act (AMG) and the ORF Act (ORF-G) adopted by the Austrian National Council on February 29, 212 led to improvements for private television broadcasters. In this way, existing restrictions on licensing for private television stations will be relaxed and distortions of competition at the expense of the private stations in the transmission of certain sports competitions will be minimized.

11 Austria Autriche Österreich 1 Population Households 3 65 Warc Eurostat Total in thousands Primary in thousands TV households Cable TV subscriptions 36.3% Digital cable TV households 13.7% 499 Digital DTH / SMV households 49.3% Pay DTH / SMV subscriptions.9% 32 IV households 5.6 % 26 Pay IV subscriptions 5.6% 26 DTT households 5.2% 191 Pay DTT subscriptions Total digital TV households 73.8% Total pay TV subscriptions 42.8% Households with DVD player 73.2% 2 67 Households with Blu-ray disc player 18.6% 68 Households with PC 78.6 % 2 87 Households with broadband connections 54.2% Households with Smart TV ~ ~ ~ Connectable TV households 8.7% 318 Screen Digest Total in thousands Active smartphones 26.9% Active tablets 2.1% 176 Advanced game consoles 12.4% Equipment 211 Demography 211 In thousands. Household equipment as at penetration in% HH. Individual equipment 211 penetration in% individuals. Advertising Total display adspend Newspapers 699 Television Magazines Internet Outdoor Radio Cinema EUR million In% Screen Digest Breakdown of adspend by media Internet Outdoor Radio Cinema Television Magazines Newspapers Warc 212 Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1 11

12 Austria Autriche Österreich 3 Main AV companies Activities Brands / 1 Telekom Austria AG (cons.) 1 2 3Play A1 TV% ORF 3 Broadcaster (TV, R, OD) ORF-1, ORF-2, ORF Sat% T-Mobile Austria GmbH 1 3G TV Mobile TV% Orange GmbH 2 3G TV Orange Handy TV% Hutchinson 3G Austria GmbH 2 3G TV% UPC Austria est. 2 3Play UPC Austria% ProSiebenSat.1 PULS 4 Advertising sales Pro7, Sat.1, Kabel% Sky Österreich GmbH Sat-TV, Broadcaster (TV) Sky Austria ~ 92.7 ~ ~ Sony Pictures Home Entertain. Austria GmbH vid Sony Pictures 89.9 ~ ~ ~ Cineplexx Kinobetrieb GmbH exh Cineplexx ~ ~ 1 Includes telecommunication activities. 2 Includes international activities. 1 including 3sat. 3 Also active as satellite packager (ORF-Digital-Sat). Established Available in Companies in the country the country Cable operators> 25> 25 B.Net Burgenland, Kabelsignal AG, Liwest Kabelmedien, UPC Telekabel .. Satellite packagers 2 3 Austria Sat (), ORF, Sky Austria IV packagers 3 3 Infotech EDV- System, Pitztalnet, Telekom Austria DTT multiplex operators and packagers national ORS (MUX A, MUX B) and 17 operators for 16 regional areas (MUX C) Mobile TV packagers 3 3 Hutchinson 3G Austria, Telekom Austria - A1, T-Mobile SmartTV stores providing AV applications 4 5 Samsung, Philips, LG, Sony, Panasonic () Online stores with VoD T or AV apps. 6 Blackberry World Apps (), Google Play (US), itunes Store (), Ovi (), Samsung Apps (), Xbox Live () Open platforms with branded catalogs 2 Dailymotion (), YouTube (US) Rank Name Private / public Number of TV channels available in the country TV daily market share Operating revenues (EUR million) 1 ORF 1 Public% ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG () Private 1> 17.1% 3 RTL Group () Private 8> 1.7% 4 ARD () Public 4 8.9% 5 ZDF () Public 3 5.1% 4 Main players Operating revenues of the main audiovisual companies EUR million. Distributors of audiovisual services 212 Main broadcasting groups 211 by TV audience market share. Financing of the public media sector EUR million In% Income / 1 Total public income% - Aids / Grants% - License fee% Total commercial income% - Advertising% - Other commercial revenues% Total% Company included: ORF. ORF Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1

13 Austria Autriche Österreich 5 Audiovisual services 212 TV services established in the country by kind of transmission July 212 Public Private Total TV terrestrial (national) TV channels for Cable / Satellite / IV / Mobile TV Regional / Local TV Regional / Local Windows 1 1 TV channels targeting foreign markets Pure TV online services (Web TV) 1 1 Total Foreign channels targeting the country On-demand audiovisual services in the country December 212 Established in the country Available in the country Online VoD services 5 ~ Online catch-up TV services 34 ~ VoD services through TV platforms 4 5 Online catch-up TV services through TV platforms 2 2 Broadcasters' branded channels on YouTube / Dailymotion 3 ~ Branded channels on itunes 2 Broadcasters applications in itunes Store ~ ​​~ Broadcasters applications in Google Play ~ ~ Audiovisual services applications for Smart TV ~ ~ Total 48 ~ Supply of audiovisual services by genre and by platform July 212 Including foreign channels. ORS (and regional operators) (Free DTT) 1 UPC also offers the following three Sky packages: 1) Sky Film (ten channels and four optional HD channels), 2) Sky Sport (three channels and four optional HD channels), 3) Sky Bundesliga (one channel and four optional HD channels / same as in Sky Sport). 2 This can include the Austrian windows of the German channels Kabel Eins Austria, ProSieben Austria, S. 1 Austria, RTL 2 Austria, RTL Austria, Super RTL Cable UPC Telekabel 1 Satellite ORF Satellite Satellite Sky Austria IV A1 Full offer TV Channels Generalist - national Generalist - foreign Adult Children Culture / education / documentary Minority interest groups 1 1 Entertainment / TV fiction / games Film Home shopping HD Simulcast of an existing channel International linguistic and cultural Lifestyle / specific leisure / travel Music News / business Parliament / government / administration Regional / local / windows Religion 2 Sports Various 2 1 Total (of which HD) (27) 32 (3) 67 (2) 171 (24) On-demand audiovisual services VoD 4 1 Catch-up 2 1 Other services 1 3 Total Austria, Viva Austria and VOX Austria, and ORF2 windows and German regional public service channels. Please note that Kabel Eins Austria, ProSieben Austria and S. 1 Austria are licensed windows featuring their own content while windows of the RTL group do not hold licenses or have their own content. 3 Sky Anytime push VoD. 212 Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1 13

14 Austria Autriche Österreich Market trends Household TV equipment In thousands est. ORS (DTT) 1 5 est. ORF Digital Sat 511 UPC Austria Satellite households Cable households Number of households accessing multichannel platforms 3 est. Sky Austria Aon Digital TV As at In thousands. 26 IV households DTT households est. Liwest Screen Digest DTT Cable Satellite IV Consumers pay-tv gross spend Subscriptions to Sky Österreich are included in German table for consumers pay-tv gross spend in Sky Deutschland Cable TV IV Satellite EUR thousand. Gross revenues of radio-television EUR million TV adspend Screen Digest Net income from public sources Consumers pay-tv spend Radio adspend on the basis of data from Screen Digest, WARC and ORF Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1

15 Austria Austria Austria 7 channels Daily share Prime time (18: -23 :) ORF ORF sat Austrian public channels V Puls Austria Servus TV Austrian private channels ARD ZDF ARD KIKA ~ ~ ~ ~ Arte Foreign public channels RTL S ProSieben Vox Kabel Eins RTL Super RTL Nick / Comedy Central Austria.9.6 Eurosport DSF / Sport Viva Austria.2.2 Nick / Viva Austria V Austria Foreign private channels Others On 1/1/211, VIVA Austria took over the frequency of V Austria which moved into pay TV. VIVA Austria previously shared its frequency with NICKELOON RTL 5 ZDF V TV audience market share in Austria In%, 3 years daily share. In%, 3 years +. ORF2 ORF1 S.1 ProSieben Vox ARD ARD 3 Eurodata TV Worldwide / AGTT / GfK Teletest RTL 2 1.9% Kabel Eins 2.4% Arte 1.2% KIKA.9% Vox 4.4% ProSieben 5.% S.1 4.5% RTL 5.5% ARD 3.4 % Super RTL 1.9% ZDF 4.5% Eurodata TV Worldwide / AGTT / GfK Teletest Others 9.1% ARD 3 4.9% Servus TV.7% V 4.1% ORF2 27.3% Puls 4 2.6% Austria 9.5% ORF1 13.4% 3sat 1.8% 211 Prime time (18: -23 :). In%, 3 years +. Eurodata TV Worldwide / AGTT / GfK Teletest 212 Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1 15

16 Austria Autriche Österreich prov. 211 Source Inhabitants per screen OBS Screens FMA Cinema sites FMA Digital screens MS Digital cinema sites MS Digital screen penetration 6% 15% 41% 52% 68% MS Digital site penetration 1% 16% 36% 44% 51 % MS Feature film data Theatrical infrastructure In units. Number of theatrical feature films produced Films released. Covers only films receiving national public support. Includes feature documentaries. 7 6 US 76.7% Other.7% National 2.3% 9.8% 59 Total feature films incl. Minority co-prods. 33 1% national films 17 Minority co-prods. Majority co-prods% 3.1% OBS after Ö.3% .4% Other EUR 1.4% Ö Thim Film 2.5% Elmo Movie World 2.6% Filmladen 4.3% after DIA Salles / FMA prov prov In units In millions. Market share according to the origin of films Admissions & gross box office 2nd Century Fox 9.8% Walt Disney Int'l 1.6% Constantin Film 11.3% Others 6.3% 211 In% of total admissions. 211 In% of total admissions Distributor market share Sony Pictures 11.6% Universal Pictures 22.4% OBS after FMA / AKM Warner Bros. 18.6% Gross box office (EUR) Admissions FMA Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1

17 Austria Autriche Österreich DVD player households DVD player penetration of TV households 63.1% 66.7% 71.6% 73.7% 74.9% Blu-ray disc player households Blu-ray disc player penetration of TV households.%. 7% 2.4% 6.9% 19.% IHS Screen Digest Home video Household equipment In millions. DVD turnover EUR million. Includes sales tax in all markets Total DVD turnover DVD - Retail DVD - Rental DVD and Blu-ray disc transactions IHS Screen Digest 13.2 DVD - Retail DVD - Rental 2. Blu-ray - Retail Blu-ray - Rental In million units IHS Screen Digest Blu-ray disc turnover Total Blu-ray turnover Blu-ray - Retail Blu-ray - Rental EUR million. Includes sales tax in all markets Average DVD and Blu-ray disc retail and rental prices IHS Screen Digest Blu-ray - Retail DVD - Retail DVD - Rental In EUR Blu-ray - Rental 2.79 OBS after IHS Screen Digest 212 Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1 17

18 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnie- Herzégovine Bosnia and Herzegovina The public service television system reflects the political system of Bosnia and Herzegovina. There is one state-wide PSB channel BHT1, and two public channels of the two political entities of the fede ration FTV (Radio Television of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina) and RS (Radio Television of Republika Srpska). There are a further 45 terrestrial channels and 32 cable and satellite channels and most of these are regional or local. Only five private channels have a significant national coverage and the most important of these are OBN (now 4% owned by Liberty Global subsidiary Chellomedia), NTV Hayat and Pink BH. FTV had an audience share of 14.5% in 211, followed by Pink (1.9%) and OBN (1.4%). Al Jazeera Balkans launched in November 211 and is licensed in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Terrestrial television remains the most important mode of reception in Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to data supplied by the regulator, at the end of 21 almost 27% of households subscribe to package TV (cable, satellite and IV) and, of these, cable is the most important (with 22% of households). There are about 45 cable operators in the country and the most important of these is Telemach d.o.o. (sister company of Telemach Slovenia and owned by Mid Europa Partners). The satellite lite package offer is from Total TV (also operating in Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia, and owned by Mid Europa Partners). There are three IV offers in the market, from Logosoft, BH Telecom, and Telekomunikacije RS. All three companies have registered on-demand services. The transition to digital terrestrial broadcasting is underway but has been delayed. The original strategy foresaw the launch of the public service multiplex by April 21. However due to financial problems and the restructuring of public service, the multiplex has not yet been launched. In addition, the tender carried out in 211 was canceled following complaints by the non-successful applicants. In January 212 a Draft Action Plan on Switch- Over was approved by the DTT Forum. It is anticipated that DTT will launch in the Autumn of 212 and that switch-off will happen end 214 / early 215. Finally, a new regulatory framework trans posing the AVMS Directive was adopted in November 211 following consulations with stakeholders. Communications Regulatory Agency BH: Legal aspects, Iris Merlin: European Platform of Regulatory Authorities: En Bosnie-Herzégovine, la télévision de service public reflète le système politique du pays. Il existe une chaîne publique nationale, BHT1, et une chaîne publique pour chacune des deux entités politiques de la fédération: FTV (Radiotélévision de la Fédération de Bosnie-Herzégovine) et RS (Radiotélévision de la République serbe de Bosnie). En outre, 45 autres chaînes terrestres et 32 ​​chaînes du câble et du satellite disposent d une license en Bosnie-Herzégovine, la plupart d entre elles étant régionales ou locales. Seules cinq chaînes privées ont une couverture nationale importante, les principales étant OBN (aujourd hui détenue à 4% par Chello media, filiale de Liberty Global), NTV Hayat et Pink BH. En 211, FTV a une part d audience de 14.5%, devant Pink (1.9%) et OBN (1.4%). Al Jazeera Balkans, lancée en November 211, dispose d une license en Bosnie- Herzégovine. La télévision terrestre reste le principal mode de réception en Bosnie-Herzégovine. Selon les données fournies par le régulateur, fin 21 près de 27% of the foyer sont subscriptions à un bouquet (câble, satellite et IV) et principalement au câble (22% of the foyer). Le pays compte around 45 câblo-opérateurs, le principal étant Telemach d.o.o. (société sœur de Telemach Slovenia, appartenant à Mid Europa Partners). Le bouquet satellite est proposé par Total TV (opérant également au Monténégro, en Macédoine, en Croatie, en Slovénie et en Serbie, et appartenant à Mid Europa Partners). Le marché compte trois offres IV: Logosoft, BH Telecom et Telekomunikacije RS. Les trois entreprises proposent des services à la demande. Le passage à la radiodiffusion numérique terrestre est en cours mais a pris du retard. La stratégie initiale prévoyait le lancement du multiplex de service public en avril 21. Cependant, en raison deproblemèmes financiers et de la restructuration du service public, le multiplex n a pas encore été lancé. En outre, l appel d offres de 211 a été annulé à la suite de plaintes déposées par les soumissionnaires non retenus. In janvier 212, le Forum TNT a approuvé un projet de plan d action sur le passage au numérique. Il est prévu que la TNT soit lancée à l automne 212 et l analogique abandonné fin 214 / début 215. Enfin, un nouveau cadre réglementaire de transposition de la Directive SMA a été adopté en November 211, après consultation des parties prenantes. The public service broadcasting system reflects the political system of Bosnia and Herzegovina. There is a nationwide public broadcaster (BHT1) and one public broadcaster in each of the two entities or sub-republics FTV (Radio and Television of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina) and RS (Radio and Television of the Republika Srpska). There are also 45 terrestrial and 32 cable or satellite channels, most of which operate at local or regional level. Only five commercial broadcasters play a significant role at the national level, of which OBN (now 4% owned by Liberty Global subsidiary Chellomedia), NTV Hayat and Pink BH are the most important. The audience share of the public broadcaster FTV was .5%, followed by the private broadcaster Pink (1.9%) and OBN (1.4%). Al Jazeera Balkans went online in November 211 and broadcasts in both Bosnia and Herzegovina. The most important type of reception in Bosnia and Herzegovina is still terrestrial television. According to the regulatory authority, almost 27% of households had subscribed to a TV package at the end of 21 (cable, satellite or IV). Of these, cable television was the most important reception technology (with 22% of households).There are around 45 cable network operators nationwide, the most important of which is Telemach d.o.o. (a sister company of Telemach Slovenia and owned by Mid Europa Partners). A satellite TV package is offered by Total TV (also operating in Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia, owned by Mid Europa Partners). There are three IV offerings on the market: Logosoft, BH Telecom and Telekomunikacije RS. All three companies also offer on-demand services. The switch to DVB-T has already been initiated, but has been delayed. The public service multiplex platform was originally scheduled to go into operation by April 21st at the latest. However, due to financial problems and the restructuring of public service broadcasting, this project has not yet been implemented. In addition, the invitation to tender, which had taken place in 211, was declared invalid after complaints from applicants who had received nothing. In January 212, the DVB-T Forum approved the draft action plan for the switch to digital television. In all likelihood, DVB-T will be introduced in the autumn, and the switch-off of the analog signal is planned for late 214 / early 215. Finally, in November, after consultation of the stakeholders, a new legal framework for the implementation of the AVMS Directive was adopted Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1

19 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnie- Herzégovine Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 Equipment 211 Demography 211 In thousands. Population 3 84 Households Household equipment as at penetration in% HH. Federal Office of Statistics Total in thousands Primary in thousands TV households Cable TV subscriptions 25.1% 293 ~ Digital cable TV households ~ ~ ~ Digital DTH / SMV households ~ ~ ~ Pay DTH / SMV subscriptions 5.% 59 ~ IV households 4.6% 53 ~ Pay IV subscriptions ~ ~ ~ DTT households ~ ~ ~ Pay DTT subscriptions ~ ~ ~ Total digital TV households ~ Total pay TV subscriptions ~ ~ ~ Households with DVD player ~ ~ ~ Households with Blu-ray disc player ~ ~ ~ Households with PC 1.3 % 12 ~ Households with broadband connections 12.% 14 Households with Smart TV ~ ~ ~ Connectable TV households ~ ~ ~ 2 Main players Open Society Institute, Communications Regulatory Agency, Ministry of Communications and Transport Operating revenues of the main audiovisual companies EUR thousand. Main AV companies Activities Brands / 1 Radio-Televizija Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine sptv Federalna TV (FTV) ~ ~ ~ ~ Radio-Televizija Bosne i Hercegovine sptv BT ~ ~ ~ ~ Javno Preduzace Radio-Televizija R.S. sptv RS% PINK BH COMPANY d.o.o. Sarajevo adtv Pink BH% RTV BN D.O.O. adtv Televizija BN% Alternativna Televizija D.O.O. adtv V% L - channel D.O.O. rtv L Channel TV ~ ~ Channel 3 D.O.O. rtv Televizija Kanal ~ ~ NTV D.O.O. rtv Nezavisna TV ~ ~ Javno Preduzece Radio Istocno Sarajevo rtv RTV% 3 Audiovisual services 212 TV services established in the country by kind of transmission July 212 Public Private Total Terrestrial (national) Cable / Satellite / IV / Mobile Regional / Local Regional / Local windows Channels targeting foreign markets 1 1 Total Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1 19

20 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnie- Herzégovine Bosnia and Herzegovina 4 Channels Daily share Prime time (19: -23 :) FTV BHT RS Total public channels Pink OBN Hayat TV Televizija BN V TV TK TV SA Kanal BN Music.5.3 TV1.5.6 TV TUZLA TV ZENICA RTV MOSTAR RTV U RTV VIKOM HTV OSCAR C TV L FA NTV IC Kakanj.2.2 RTV Hit.2.2 TV Slon Extra.2.1 Main private channels Main foreign channels Others Audience data are not available for all the channels available in the country TV audience market share in Bosnia and Herzegovina In%, 4 years Daily share. In%, 4 years +. FTV Pink OBN Hayat TV BHT 1 Televizija BN RS V TV TK TV SA Eurodata TV Worldwide / Mareco Index Bosnia TV TK 1.4% V 6.5% Televizija BN 6.1% Others 26.8% Eurodata TV Worldwide / Mareco Index Bosnia Hayat TV 8.4% OBN 9.4% FTV 17.1% Pink 1.7% BHT 1 8.5% RS 5.1% 211 Prime time (19: -23 :). In%, 4 years +. Eurodata TV Worldwide / Mareco Index Bosnia Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 Volume 1

21 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnie- Herzégovine Bosnia and Herzegovina prov. 211 Source Inhabitants per screen OBS Screens ~ ~ SFF Cinema sites ~ ~ ~ ~ 3 SFF Digital screens 1 3 ~ SFF Digital cinema sites ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Digital screen penetration%% 3 % 8% ~ SFF Digital site penetration ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ after SFF Total feature films incl. Minority co-prods. 4 3 Feature film data Theatrical infrastructure In units. Number of theatrical feature films produced prov prov. 1 year of release. Includes feature documentaries. US 82.3% Other.9% 211 In% of total admissions. 4 EUR 16.8% 3 1% national films Majority co-prods. Minority co-prods. 2 OBS after SFF OBS after SFF In units In millions. Market share according to the origin of films Admissions & gross box office Top 1 films 211 In units. Distributor market shares not available Gross box office (M) Admissions OBS after SFF Rank Title Distributor Admissions 1 Pirates of the Caribbean: Art Servis On Stranger Tides 2 Montevideo: Taste Oskar / Art Servis of a Dream 3 Harry Potter and the Blitz 17 1 Deathly Hallows Part 2 3D 4 The Parade Oskar Twilight Saga: Blitz Breaking Dawn Part 1 6 Hangover II Blitz Tangled Art Servis Puss in Boots (2D and 3D) Taramount Smurfs 3D Continental Film / Tuck Vision 1 Johnny English Reborn Taramount SFF 212 Yearbook Annuaire Jahrbuch Volume 1 volume 1 21

22 Belgium Belgique Belgium The three Communities (Flemish, French and German speaking) each have responsibility for audiovisual communication and constitute separate markets, the common feature being the fact that all three markets have been extensively cabled for three decades and are thus able to receive the channels of neighboring countries. They each have their own systems of regulating the audiovisual media and their own public service broadcasters, namely the VRT, the RTBF and the BRF respectively. The main players in the Flemish Community are the VRT, which operates the public channels Één, Ketnet Op.12 Canvas, and VMMa (Vlaamse Media Maatschappij), which runs the channels VTM, 2, Anne, Jim and vtmkzoom. This group is equally controlled by two press groups, De Persgroep and Roularta Media Group. Één (VRT) continues to dominate the market, with a steadily rising daily audience share, which reached 33.4% in 211 (compared with 3.1% in 27). Following Één in terms of au dience share are the channel VTM (2.2%) and the second public channel Ketnet / Canvas (children s programs during the day and cultural programs in the evening). In April 211, the Finnish group Sanoma took over the channels of the former SBS group (VT4 and Vijf TV) from the ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG group and is now the third most important player in the Flemish television market. In the French Community (which now refers to itself as the Wallonia-Brussels Federation), the main operators of television channels are, apart from RTBF (La Une, La Deux and La Trois), the RTL group, with its three channels RTL- TVI, Club RTL and Plug RTL that target Belgium but operate under Luxembourg law, and the French group AB (AB3, AB4 and AB Shopping). RTBF has significantly modified its range of channels in 21: it ceased broadcasting its international channel RTBF Sat in February, launched HD versions of its three channels in May and revamped the programming line up of La Trois in September. RTL-TVI continues to dominate the market with a 21.6% daily audience share in 211 (19.3% in 27) and a prime time market share of 29.1%. The second most important Belgian channel is La Une (RTBF), with a 14.7% market share. The other Belgian channels have a combined share of less than 5% (Club RTL, La Deux, AB3, etc) and a significant number of viewers still turn to the French channels, which command about a third of the audience share. In the German speaking community, the majority of the population (about 74 inhabitants) choose mainly to watch the German television channels. Les trois Communautés (flamande, française et germanophone), sont compétentes en matière de communication audiovisuelle et constituent des marchés distincts, dont la caractéristique commune est d être fortement câblés, depuis trois décennies, et donc réceptifs aux chaînes des pays voisins. Elles disposent de leurs propres systèmes de régulation des médias audiovisuels ainsi que de leurs propres organismes de radiotélévision de service public, respectivement la VRT, la RTBF et la BRF. Les principaux acteurs du marché en Communauté flamande sont d un côté la VRT, qui édite les chaînes publiques Eén, Ketnet Op.12 Canvas, et de l autre VMMa (Vlaamse Media Maatschappij), éditrice des chaînes VTM, 2, Anne, Jim ou encore VTzoom. Ce groupe est contrôlé à parts égales par deux groupes de presse De Persgroep et Roularta Media Group. Eén (VRT) continue de dominer le marché, avec une part d audience quotidienne en progression régulière qui atteint 33.4% en 211 (contre 3.1% en 27). Derrière Eén se trouvent la chaîne privée VTM (2.2%), la seconde chaîne publique Ketnet / Canvas (programs pour enfants en journée et culturels le soir). En avril 211 le groupe finlandais Sanoma a racheté les chaînes de l ancien groupe SBS (VT4, Vijf TV) au groupe ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG et constitue dorénavant le troisième pôle du marché télévisuel flamand. En Communauté française (qui se présente dorénavant comme "Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles"), les principaux éditeurs de chaînes de télévision sont, outre la RTBF (La Une, La Deux et La Trois), le RTL Group, avec ses trois chaînes RTL- TVI, Club RTL et Plug RTL ciblant la Belgique mais opérant sous juridiction luxembourgeoise, ou encore le groupe français AB (AB3, AB4 et AB Shopping). La RTBF a sensiblement modifié son offre de chaînes en 21 avec l arrêt de sa chaîne internationale RTBF Sat en février, le lancement des versions HD de ses trois chaînes en mai puis la refonte de la programmation de La Trois en septembre. RTL-TVI continue de dominer le marché avec 21.6% en 211 (contre 19.3% en 27) de l audience quotidienne (et une part de marché de 29.1% aux heures de grande écoute). La seconde chaîne la plus importante est La Une (RTBF) avec 14.7% de part de marché. Les autres chaînes belges réunissent moins de 5% de part de marché (Club RTL, La Deux, AB3, etc.) et le public se tourne toujours largement vers les chaînes françaises, qui réunissent environ un tiers de l audience. En Communauté germanophone, la population (around 74 habitants) se tourne majoritairement vers les chaînes de télévision allemandes. In Belgium, the three communities, the Flemish, the French and the German-speaking, are responsible for the audio-visual field. They each form their own market, but one thing in common is that they have been wired to a large extent for three decades and therefore enable the reception of stations from neighboring countries. Each community has its own regulatory system for audiovisual media and its own public broadcasters: VRT, RTBF and BRF. The main players in the Flemish Community are VRT with the public broadcasters Één, Ketnet Op.12 Canvas and VMMa (Vlaamse Media Maatschappij) with the broadcasters VTM, 2, Anne, Jim and VTzoom. This company is controlled equally by the press groups De Persgroep and Roularta Media Group. The market is still dominated by the station Één (VRT), which recorded a steadily increasing audience share of 33.4% in 211 (3.1% 27). It is followed by the private broadcaster VTM (2.2%) and the second public broadcaster Ketnet / Canvas (children's program during the day, culture in the evening). In April 211 the Finnish group Sanoma took over the former SBS channels VT4 and Vijf TV from ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG and is now the third largest provider in the Flemish television market. In the French Community (now known as the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles) the TV market is managed by RTBF (La Une, La Deux and La Trois), the RTL group with the channels RTL-TVI, Club RTL and Plug RTL (which target Belgium but are subject to Luxembourg law) and the French group AB (AB3, AB4 and AB Shopping). The RTBF has changed its offer 21 significantly. The international channel RTBF Sat was discontinued in February, an HD version of each of the three channels was launched in May, and La Trois's programming was restructured in September. RTL-TVI had the market firmly under control in 211 with a daily market share of 21.6% (compared to 19.3% 27) and 29.1% in prime time. The second largest Belgian broadcaster is La Une (RTBF) with a market share of 14.7%. The other Belgian channels have a market share of less than 5% (Club RTL, La Deux, AB3, etc.). The French channels continue to be traditionally strong with a share of around 33%. 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