MIPCOM 2017 – CANNES. There are currently 329 children’s TV channels in Europe, according to a new report from the European Audiovisual Observatory.
The report is available as a free download report: Children’s TV channels in Europe – Who are the key players? Get it here.
A total of 329 children’s TV channels (including the various linguistic versions) are currently on offer in Europe, accounting for 6% of all national and international TV channels established in Europe. One children’s TV network features on average 2.6 linguistic versions.
This report provides an analysis of the supply of children’s TV channels in Europe, and their performance in terms of audiences and the main market players controlling them. The scope of this new analysis is pan-European with specific focus at country level.
The quarter of all children’s TV networks in Europe accounted for by the US private sector (33) nonetheless represents around 70% of the total number of children’s channels at the pan-European level (225) because each US children’s network has an average of seven linguistic versions.
The US children’s TV channels account for 60% of the total children channels ratings in Europe.