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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
SECTION ONE - INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background
1.1.1 What makes the film industry important?
1.2 What is the Film and Television Industry?
1.2.1 Film and Television Production and Delivery
2.1.1 The players
Table 1 - Overview of Biggest Media Companies12
2.1.2 Production
2.2 Global Trends
2.2.1 Structure of global entertainment companies
Table 2 - US and Domestic Box Office
2.2.5 Local Content Quotas
2.2.6 Changes in the broadcasting environment
2.2.7 Market Fragmentation
2.2.8 New markets in the global industry
Projected increase in television ownership in Asia
Table 3 - Projected increase in Television Ownership in Asia31
2.2.9 Intellectual Property
SUMMARY
4.1 Ownership structures
4.1.1 History of players
4.1.2 Present Ownership Structures
Figure 11 - Ownership Structure - AME
4.1.3 Players in the value chain
Breakdown of South African Production Companies 1995
Table 4 - Breakdown of South African Production Companies47
Table 5 - Employment Figures in IPO Companies49
Table 6 - Cinema Screen Ownership 1996-1997 54
Table 7 - Stakeholders in the Film and Television Industry
SECTION FIVE - THE SOUTH AFRICAN INDUSTRY IN FIGURES
5.1 Spatial Distribution
5.2 Production
Production contracts commissioned by the SABC 1991 - 1996
Table 9 - Production Contracts commissioned by the SABC 1991 -1996 62
5.3 Distribution and Exhibition
The Value of Sectors involved in the delivery of content
Table 11 - The Value of Sectors involved in the delivery of Content64
5.4 Broadcasting
5.5 Prospects for growth
5.6 Employment figure
5.6.1 Employment in the Value Chain
Employment in the film and television value chain
Table 12 - Employment in the Film and Television Value Chain
Table 13 - People represented by occupation 199571
5.6.2 Employment in the Location Industry
Table 14- Foreign Productions shot in South Africa 1995-1998 72
5.6.3 Cost of labour
5.7 The South African Market
5.7.1 Growth in the market
Table 15 - Television Audiences 1996-1997
Figure 14- Cinema Attendance 1990 - 199576
5.7.2 Profile of Cinema Audiences
Figure 15- Audience Profile vs Population Profile78
5.7.3 Occupancy Rates at cinemas in the townships and the suburbs
Table 16 - Occupancy Rate at Cinema Complexes 199780
5.7.4 African markets
Table 17 - Number of Television Receivers in use in African Countries81
SECTION SIX- EVALUATION OF THE FILM AND TELEVISION INDUSTRY
6.1 The artistic or creative milieu (Beginnings)
6.1.1 The market
6.1.2 The creative milieu
6.1.3 Government Assistance
6.1.4 Script
6.2 The value chain analysis focusing on Production
6.2.2 The Production Process
6.3.3 Cash flow of distribution and exhibition
Figure 19 - Cash Flow Chart for Domestic Theatrical Release91
6.3.4 Initiatives in the local industry to link distribution and exhibition
Table 19 -SABC Least Profitable Programmes
Table 20 - SABC Most Profitable Productions
6.3.6 Marketing of South African television productions outside of South Africa
6.3.7 The African Barter Company
6.3.8 The changing broadcast environment in South Africa
6.4 Feedback (Audience feedback & development)
Figure 22 - Average SA household R expenditure on admission charges95
6.5 Human Resource Development for the film and television industry
Table 21 - Training Initiatives
SECTION EIGHT - POLICY DEVELOPMENT
8.1 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
8.1.1 Australia
8.1.2 France
8.1.3 India
8.2 International Incentive Measures
Table 23 - Incentives offered by Three Countries
8.3 Existing Initiatives for the South African Industry
8.4 Vision for the Industry
8.5 The Film and Video Foundation: defining its role
8.5.1 A role for the Film and Video Foundation
8.5.2 Specific programmes and initiatives for the Film and Video Foundation
8.5.3 Time Frame for Film and Video Foundation Initiatives
Time Frame for Film and Video Foundation Initiatives
8.6 Recommended Initiatives for players other than DACST
8.6.1 Department of Trade and Industry Incentives
8.6.2 Training and Development
8.6.3 Audience Development
8.6.4 Lottery
8.7 Summary of recommended Initiatives
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