Canada Netflix Film & Television Rate Report 2019: Value Feature Film and Television Content in Canada with Unprecedented Access to SVOD Rate Cards – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “The 2019 Netflix Canada Film & Television Rate Report” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Netflix Canada Report provides insights into a SVOD Licensing Agreement between Netflix and a major U.S. studio that has been in operation since Netflix launched in Canada. The agreement grants Netflix a non-exclusive license to transmit selected film and television content in Canada.

The film and television licensing rate cards provided in the report are for content available in 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Coinciding with Netflix’s Canadian launch in 2010, the company announced several licensing agreements with U.S. studios such as Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, Lionsgate, MGM Studios, and Universal Pictures, as well as Canadian distributors Alliance Films, Entertainment One, and Mongrel Media. The majority of these agreements are still in operation.

As of April 2019, Netflix Canada has around 6.5 million paying subscribers or 52% of all households with online access. This proportion is inline with the number of U.S Netflix subscribers to households.

Whether you’re a content creator, producer, seller or buyer, the Netflix Canada Report delivers unmatched insights and financials to help you accurately value film and television content in Canada.

The Netflix Canada Report provides licensing rate cards for the following content categories:

  • Second Window Feature Films
  • Second Window Premium Feature Films
  • Direct-to-TV or Movie-of-the-Week
  • Library Feature Films
  • Current Series (1 hour)
  • Current Series (1/2 hour)
  • Current Series (Animated)
  • Non-Current Series

Gain Access to SVOD Rate Cards for the Following Film & Television Content:

  • Film: Second Window (<18mo LVR) - USBO >$200M
  • Film: Second Window (<18mo LVR) - USBO $100-200M
  • Film: Second Window (<18mo LVR) - USBO $50-100M
  • Film: Second Window (<18mo LVR) - USBO $10-50M
  • Film: Second Window (<18mo LVR) - USBO <$10M
  • Film: Second Window (<18mo LVR) - DTV/MOW
  • Film: Second Window Premium – USBO >$75M
  • Film: Second Window Premium – USBO $50-75M
  • Film: Second Window Premium – USBO $10-50M
  • Film: Library – A
  • Film: Library – B
  • Film: Library – C
  • Television: Current Series – 1 hour, 7 days after initial broadcast
  • Television: Current Series – 1/2 hour, 7 days after initial broadcast
  • Television: Current Series – Animated, 7 days after initial broadcast
  • Television: Current Series – 1 hour, 1 year after series broadcast
  • Television: Current Series – 1/2 hour, 1 year after series broadcast
  • Television: Current Series – Animated, 1 year after series broadcast
  • Television: Current Series – 1 hour, 7 days after series finale
  • Television: Current Series – 1/2 hour, 7 days after series finale
  • Television: Current Series – Animated, 7 days after series finale
  • Television: Current Series – 1 hour
  • Television: Current Series – 1/2 hour
  • Television: Current Series – Animated
  • Television: Non-Current Series – A
  • Television: Non-Current Series – B
  • Television: Non-Current Series – C

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