Rise in Demand for Video Content Expected to Drive Global Film & Video Market: Ken Research

Film & video industry comprises of the sales of entities (sole traders or partnerships and organizations) that produce & distribute the videos, motion pictures, television programs, or commercials, exhibit the motion pictures or provide post-production & related services.

As per analysis, “Film And Video Global Market Report 2020-30: Covid 19 Impact and Recovery” some of the renowned companies that are presently operating in the worldwide film & video market are Walt Disney; Twenty First Century Fox; Time Warner; Sony; CBS Corporation; and among others. These major players are involved in a variety of strategic plans to capture the larger revenue share. However, a broad range of traditions, cultures, and audiences provide players with different content & genre to producers. This reduces the viable rivalry. High investment in innovation for developing new creations has raised the standard of belief from the audience. Increasing the number of players in the market has led to rise in spending on the promotional activities. The development of improved strategies for marketing & distribution reflects growth in competition among several players to promote their products.

Based on type, film & video market is segmented as film & video production, post-production services, film & video distribution, film & video theatres and other film & video industries. In addition, based on genre, market is segmented as comedy, horror, drama, action, documentary and others. The action segment is anticipated to witness higher growth rate due to increase in usability of Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) & Visual Effects (VFX) along with growth in affinity of people in OTT & high action movies during the forecast period.

Rise in demand for video content is a major driver of the film & video market. Mobile video viewing has increased considerably and is predicted to grow further throughout the forecast period. This is primarily driven by growth in smart phone usage and rise in internet penetration. Therefore, rapid increase in mobile video consumption is likely to drive the film & video market during the forecast period. Apart from this, piracy and emergence of OTT platforms is a major hindering factor for market. Moreover, international co-production of feature films is a key opportunity for market. Furthermore, increase in popularity of three dimensional (3D) movies that give the audience experience of virtual reality is a major trend for market.

Based on geography, the North-America holds major share in global film & video market owing to crowd-funding for financing film, increase in government initiatives, rise in expenditure on entertainment, increase in OTT services coupled with extensive presence of IT infrastructure and shifting the focus of key players towards the untapped markets across the region. The Asia-Pacific and Europe regions are expected to exhibit higher CAGR due to rapid growth of the e-commerce industry, growth in disposable income, large scale urbanization, and affordable ticket prices over the forecast period. It is projected that future of the global film & video market will be bright because of increase in consumer spending and leisure time during the forecast period.

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Global Film and Video Market

Related Reports:-

Film and Video Global Market Report 2019

Global Film and Video Market Report 2020 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2026 (Based on 2020 COVID-19 Worldwide Spread)

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