TV Market Round-Up: November 2012

19 Dec 2012 
Televisions

Commercial terrestrial television channels have seen their advertising revenues continue to decline year-on-year with new data showing another fall for the period November 2011 - 12.

Channel 4 saw the biggest drop, down £5 million (-8.2%) on the previous year's total revenue, followed by Channel 5 (-4.4%) and ITV1 (-2.8%).

Only ITV Breakfast saw a small 1.9% increase (equating to only £110,000). Total satellite also saw a small amount of growth with a 1.6% increase to £135.9 million for the year.

The figures were not as severe as the last figures for the Oct 2011 - 12 period which saw drops of up to 12% for some networks, but this is likely due to seasonal ad placements in the run up to Christmas.

Network Revenue

Additional content is available in this article for MediaTel subscribers.

If you are a subscriber, please log in.
For information on subscriptions please contact .

ITV Franchise Area

Additional content is available in this article for MediaTel subscribers.

If you are a subscriber, please log in.
For information on subscriptions please contact .

Network CPTs

Additional content is available in this article for MediaTel subscribers.

If you are a subscriber, please log in.
For information on subscriptions please contact .

Commercial Impacts

Additional content is available in this article for MediaTel subscribers.

If you are a subscriber, please log in.
For information on subscriptions please contact .

>

TV market data is available in mediatel.co.uk's TV Database.
Leave a comment

Thank you for your comment - a copy has now been sent to the Newsline team who will review it shortly. Please note that the editor may edit your comment before publication.

Leading Columnists TV OVERNIGHTS Featured Videos Latest Data Analysis
Press
Television
Online
Radio

Newsline Bulletins

Receive weekly round-ups of the latest comment, opinion and media news, direct to your inbox.

Enter your full name Enter your company name Enter your job title Enter a valid email address Enter your telephone number

Select one or more bulletins
More Information

Thank you for signing up