Enders Analysis has published its latest ten year viewing forecasts which showed live and seven-day broadcast time-shift/catch-up to the TV as still making up the great majority of viewing in 2025, though the firm assumes that the complex regulatory network that supports public service broadcasting will remain in place. However, this could come into question depending on the outcome of the current DCMS review of the balance of payments between broadcasters and platforms, which could involve the introduction of retransmission fees. In the meantime, Enders’ coverage of the US entertainment industry identifies the topline revenue trends that shape the performance of these groups and explores rationales for consolidation.
Enders analysed two YouTube products launching in the UK
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