The study’s examination of the growth and use of online TV in Germany is based on a survey of primary data research on all German online-TV Providers. The study also include German YouTube channels as well as the TOP 550 German Facebook channels.
Webradiomonitor gives a comprehensive market overview of providers, use, scope and ad revenue among German online audio services. The study is based upon extensive primary data research, through surveys of all online audio providers in Germany.
The industry report covers the home shopping business in ten European countries. Operators, market structure, revenues, future trends, forecasts till 2022. Included, a survey among home shopping users all over Europe.
Social TV – current use patterns, prospects, consequences. Social TV channels offer the possibility to exchange opinions, search for and spread information, but also to get orientation and contact with other users. Study for the Media Authority of North Rhine-Westphalia (LfM)
Key trends and market forecasts for TV Shopping to 2017 in the European key markets France, Germany, Italy and the UK. The study was conducted by Goldmedia in collaboration with the European Association Retailing – ERA.
Produzentenstudie 2012 – Facts and figures for the film and television sector in Germany 2011/2012. The study was developed by the Hamburg Media School (HMS) and Goldmedia for FFA and other authorities.
The study focused on the sectors production of the animation film, digital picture productions (called visual effects, VFX), as well as image processing in the area of moving image for film and television, for example.
The study describes the development of the news market in Germany in 2011. It shows also trends in Europe. The analysis contains figures and facts to the German news agency market as well as to the leading agencies in France, Austria, Switzerland and the UK.
The study was conducted by Goldmedia on behalf of QVC Germany to mark the 15th anniversary ov the company. The report gives an overview on market trends of TV Shopping in Germany, especially on digital and interactive trends.
This study examines the link between media content (on radio and TV programmes) and interactive premium phone services. It is a comprehensive research project to address the broadcasting market segment “Call Media” in detail in different European countries.