Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the past five years, the Television Production industry has maintained its vitality in times of shifting consumer patterns and changing media technology. Although young consumers began tuning in via digital platforms before networks were able to develop a profitable strategy to adapt, high audience viewership across many TV networks has propped up industry revenue. With the growth of new TV platforms and subsequent mobile development, the industry is expected to experience rising viewership rates. Revenue is forecast to grow in the next five years... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter
The Television Production industry is characterized by a moderate level of capital intensity. In 2015, for every dollar spent on labor, the industry incurs $0.21 in capital costs. Overall, the industry is skill-intensive and involves a significant amount of labor input in all areas of film production. For example, employees include TV script writers, directors, producers, graphic designers, make-up artists, set designers, lighting specialists and actors. Due to the need for a range of highly specialized employees, as well as their high level of unionization, the industry will continue to rely on employees for TV show production over the next five years.
Comparatively, capital costs include TV production equipment... purchase to read more