TV-Replay: Some 59% of programming between 5 p.m. and midnight is available on replay
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Paris, December 17, 2012
Free Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) channels are constantly updating their catch-up TV offering.
According to a study1 carried out for the CNC by www.tv-replay.fr, 59% of programmes broadcast between 5 p.m. and midnight on DTT channels are available to Internet users on their catch-up TV sites free of charge. The figure was 56% in November 2011.
Traditional, long-established channels still have a head start in terms of schedule coverage. About 75% of their early-evening and prime-time programmes are available via catch-up TV. France 2 is the most advanced channel in this area, with 90% of its programmes broadcast between 5 p.m. and midnight available on replay.
Amongst the new DTT channels, coverage rates are lower and vary widely, with figures between 23% and 69%.
Share of TV programmes available on catch-up
|Share of catch-up TV
|LCP / Public Sénat||69%||64%|
Created in April 2009 by Arnaud Mary and Patrick Suquet, TV-replay.fr is the leading catch-up TV guide.
It lists all TV programmes available legally and free-of-charge via the channels’ own websites. In November 2012, it attracted 3.4 million unique visitors (Google Analytics). Owned by Lagardère Active, TV-Replay is also established in the UK and Germany.
Patrick Suquet - 33 6 22 68 14 43 - email@example.com
(1) Study carried out between 19 and 25 November 2012.
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