Connected Kids: Children's Entertainment is Booming Globally, IHS Says
Oct 21, 2015
LONDON, UK (20 October, 2015) – A new study released today by IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight found that children’s entertainment is booming globally.
Children’s online TV revenues grew 27 percent in 2014 and within three years, global revenue from children’s online TV will more than double. Advertising is the main business model for children’s online TV content, accounting for 70 percent of revenues.
“The already strong market shows indicators for future growth,” said Jack Kent, senior analyst for IHS Technology. “More than 70 percent of UK children had access to a tablet at home in 2014 and there have been 11 billion downloads of children’s apps in 2015.”
IHS PEVE Entertainment Business Futures Conference
IHS Technology experts and industry leaders will discuss this topic as well as others at the upcoming conference from October 28 to 29 in London.
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Following the outstanding success of the 2014 PEVE conference that focused on the rapidly changing dynamics of the film and TV markets, this year’s event will take a deep dive into the future of the entertainment business. Conference speakers will illuminate the hottest industry challenges and showcase the industry leaders driving genuine innovation in media business models.
The lineup of speakers includes:
Henrik Ravn, COO, Germany TV, ProSiebenSat1 John Calkins, President of Programming, AMC Theatres Sofia Chang, EVP, Worldwide Digital Distribution & Home Entertainment, HBO Inc. Mary Daily, President, WW Marketing, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
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