Movie Exhibition Industrie Deutsch

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Case Zusammenfassung * Guardians of the Galaxy war ein Highlight im Gegensatz zum restlichen Jahr 2014. * Die Einnahmen von heimischen Kinokassen gingen ansonsten um 5.2% zurück auf 10.36 Billionen dies war der niedrigste Stand seit 1995. * Bei der Beobachtung, weshalb der Markt zurück geht haben die Beobachter folgende Faktoren festgelegt:

* Umsatz und Eintritte sind zurückgegangen , der grösste Umsatz fand im Jahr 2013 statt mit 10.9 Billionen, die Anzahl Eintritte sind auch stetig zurückgegangen * Mit 8.17 Dollar hat sich der Ticketpreis im Durchschnitt um 27% gesteigert. es entsteht eine Inflation und das Wertsprechen der Industrie stellt Fragen offen. * Auf lange Sicht ist der pro Kopf-Eintritt negativ. Im Jahr 2014 lag der gesehene Film pro Kopf bei 3.9 Stück. 1946 war das Hoch für die Kinos. Es wurden 4 Billionen Tickets verkauft. Der Amerikaner sah 28 Filme im Jahr. * Heute sind Filme überall erhältlich. Es werden immer mehr Substitute angeboten wo, wann und wie sie angeschaut werden können. * Trend der inländischen Demographie: das Publikum im Alter von 12-24 Jahre, haben wenig Potenzial. das grösste Potenzial liegt bei den 60-jährigen und älter… obwohl diese heute noch am wenigsten ins Kino gehen… * Die Industrie ist in zwei Lager gegabelt, inländisch und international

* Aussteller sind besonders darum besorgt, weil die 2.4 Billionen anstatt für Filme für digitale Projekte ausgeben. dieser Trend besteht seit dem Jahr 2005. * Das Versprechen des Wandels zu den digitalen Projekten liegt für die Zuschauer bei der verbesserten Art und Weise der Filme. Vor allem mit 3D. * Diese Vorteile sind dennoch schwer fassbar, der Übergang ist nicht nur von Vorteil die Besucherzahl ist noch immer rückläufig. * Das Umsatzpotenzial mit den 3D Filmen zu erhöhen scheint nur flüchtig Erfolg zu…...

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