European cable operators are missing out on a €4 billion opportunity to harvest revenues from advertising, according to Jeff Carter, co-founder and CEO of US-based cable advertising systems provider Viamedia.
Speaking at the CTAM Europe EuroSummit yesterday, Carter told attendees: “There is a €4 billion opportunity in local TV advertising that’s not being realised in Europe.”
Carter, citing figures from IDATE, said that total cable revenues in Europe stood at €17.7 billion at the end of 2009. Cable TV revenues amounted to €9.9 billion. He said that the pattern of TV revenues per household was much the same level as in the US. However, only a few companies were investing in advertising. Carter said that while some companies were exploiting video-on-demand and interactive advertising opportunities, some 90% of cable ad revenues in the US came from the core linear TV product.
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20 April 2018 @ 15:43:36 UTC