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USA & Canada

America's cinema market is polarising with both premium experiences and discounting being growth areas. The net effect in 2018 was a small fall in average ticket prices but acompanied by a welcome increase in the number of tickets sold.

As well as looking at broad business trends in the industry, this report dissects the financial performance of the publicly quoted exhibitors which dominate exhibition: AMC, Cineworld, Cinemark and, in Canada, Cineplex. Together accounting for more than half of North American box office, these companies' results give a unique insight into the world's largest film exhibition industry.

Separate sections of the report look at the United States and the distinct market of neighbouring Canada; detailed statistics covering screens, admissions, box office revenues, ticket prices, concession sales and advertising revenues are included, along with forecasts up to 2023.

Click here for a full contents listing of this report. Published April 2019, £995.

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