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Select Committee on Culture, Media and Sport Minutes of Evidence


Annex 2

UK TV MARKET—all amounts in £ million


Note
Company
Licence Fee
Advertising
Subs/Pay TV
Total
Per cent

2
BBC
  
  
  
0
0
3
BSkyB
  
242
1,492
1,734
29
1
Granada
  
1,002.15
  
1,002.15
17
1
Carlton
  
805.65
  
805.65
13
7
NTL
  
124
680
804
13
4
Channel 4
   
634
  
634
11
5
Telewest
  
62
399
461
8
4
Channel 5
  
215
  
215
4
4
Others
  
57.3
70
127.3
2
1
SMG
  
117.9
  
117.9
2
6
GMTV
  
70
  
70
1
  
Total
  
3,330
2,641
5,971
100

Notes:
1.  ITV advertising revenue was £1.965 billion in 2000 (Source: Silver 3 year plan). This is split on basis of NAR share, being Granada—51 per cent, Carlton—41 per cent, SMG—6 per cent, Other—2 per cent.
2.  Total BBC licence fee revenues was £2.285 billion in 2000 (Source—BBC Annual Report 2001). BBC revenue is however excluded from the above analysis.
3.  Source: SSSB's broker's estimates at 18 June 2001.
4.  Source: STV Licence Renewal Application at September 2000.
5.  Source: Telewest Comms plc statutory accounts for year ended 31 December 2000, split Telewest cable TV—£279 million, Flextech content—£182 million. Flextech content is included on a pro-forma basis for the full year (acquisition completed on 19 April 2000).
6.  Source: GMTV statutory accounts for year ended 31 December 2000.
7.  Estimate: NTL UK Consumer division revenue was £1,290 million for the year to 31 December 2000. This includes cable TV, residential telephony and broadband access. No published sub-analysis of this total is available, however given the NTL cable TV subscriber base is estimated to be larger than that of Telewest, the above revenue estimate may be prudently overstated.


 
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