Karina Barnwell - PwC, Sydney
Josef Mirczuk - PwC, Sydney
Matt Benwell - PwC, Melbourne
This segment consists of both out-of-home and in-home metrics. Out-of-home covers consumer expenditure at the box office for theatrical motion pictures and advertising spend at the cinema including on-screen advertisements before the movie.
In-home includes both electronic and physical home video of films, TV programming and other content. Physical is split between rentals and sell-through and covers consumer spend. Rentals consider spending on rentals of DVDs and videos at video stores and kiosks along with DVD-by-mail services. The purchase of physical-home-video products is included in the sell-through split, with all spend considered including retail and online.
The electronic-home-video sub-segment considers spending on over-the-top (OTT)/streaming services (such as Netflix) whose filmed entertainment content is accessed via a broadband or wireless internet connection and is viewable on a PC, TV or other device that bypasses TV-subscription providers.
Video-on-demand (VOD) and pay-per-view (PPV) through a TV-subscription provider are also counted in this section. It should be noted that VOD and PPV through a TV-subscription provider is also considered within the “TV subscriptions” segment. These figures are removed at total level to avoid double counting.
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