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Canadian conventional TV revenues flat

OTTAWA, July 8 (UPI) — Advertising revenue for the Canadian television sector increased only 1.8 percent in 2007, the Statistics Canada agency reported Tuesday.

That represents the smallest growth in a decade, although pay-per-view television and video-on-demand revenues increased a substantial 25.8 percent in 2007 to $197.8 million, the report said.

“Pay and specialty television channels accounted for almost 85 percent of private television profits in 2007,” the report said.

Public and non-commercial television experienced a drop from $1.3 million in 2006 to $1.2 million in 2007, StatsCan said.

Private conventional television advertising revenues nudged up fractionally to $2.1 million, the report said.

In 1997, conventional television accounted for 79.4 percent of all TV revenues, but in 2007, it represented only 55.9 percent, the report said.

Source: United Press International

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Headline, Industry News

Canadian conventional TV revenues flat

OTTAWA, July 8 (UPI) — Advertising revenue for the Canadian television sector increased only 1.8 percent in 2007, the Statistics Canada agency reported Tuesday.

That represents the smallest growth in a decade, although pay-per-view television and video-on-demand revenues increased a substantial 25.8 percent in 2007 to $197.8 million, the report said.

“Pay and specialty television channels accounted for almost 85 percent of private television profits in 2007,” the report said.

Public and non-commercial television experienced a drop from $1.3 million in 2006 to $1.2 million in 2007, StatsCan said.

Private conventional television advertising revenues nudged up fractionally to $2.1 million, the report said.

In 1997, conventional television accounted for 79.4 percent of all TV revenues, but in 2007, it represented only 55.9 percent, the report said.

Source: United Press International

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Headline, Industry News

Canadian conventional TV revenues flat

OTTAWA, July 8 (UPI) — Advertising revenue for the Canadian television sector increased only 1.8 percent in 2007, the Statistics Canada agency reported Tuesday.

That represents the smallest growth in a decade, although pay-per-view television and video-on-demand revenues increased a substantial 25.8 percent in 2007 to $197.8 million, the report said.

“Pay and specialty television channels accounted for almost 85 percent of private television profits in 2007,” the report said.

Public and non-commercial television experienced a drop from $1.3 million in 2006 to $1.2 million in 2007, StatsCan said.

Private conventional television advertising revenues nudged up fractionally to $2.1 million, the report said.

In 1997, conventional television accounted for 79.4 percent of all TV revenues, but in 2007, it represented only 55.9 percent, the report said.

Source: United Press International

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