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C21Pro Country Report: Spain 2017


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Almost a decade on from the global financial crisis that rocked the Spanish economy, the country’s television sector is experiencing unprecedented growth with the number of pay TV households on the rise and drama booming thanks to the arrival of new players.

Linear viewing is in decline, however, and there are signs the advertising market is weakening, to the detriment of incumbent media conglomerates. But with a population of 47 million the market is one of Europe’s largest and as home to the world’s second most widely spoken language it remains one of the most important.

Spain is the focus of the first C21Pro Country Report, a series of in-depth articles, profiling leading broadcasters, producers, distributors over 21 chapters that will publish here in the coming weeks.    

Report chapters:

Turning the tide
Phileas Productions partnered with Mediapro last year and has already seen the profile of its unscripted formats grow on the international stage.
Imira emerges stronger
Imira Entertainment has persevered through a tough period with the help of foreign investment and the explosion in VoD buyers.
Money to spend
Spanish pubcaster RTVE is preparing new dramas and format revivals at flagship La 1, plus a string of web series and a growing international focus.
Spanish revolution
Spanish TV production is booming and pay TV is on the rise as local players respond to overseas streamers, but linear viewing is on the wane.
C21Pro Country Report: Spain 2017
Report date: October 2017

Report price: £45.00

Report editor: Jonathan Webdale