About This Statistic
This timeline presents the value of the U.S. entertainment and media market from 2011 to 2014 and a forecast from 2015 to 2020. In 2020, the entertainment and media market in the United States is expected to be worth over 720.38 billion U.S. dollars.
Value of the entertainment and media industry worldwide
The entertainment and media market includes film, TV, music, internet, video games, advertising, print and outdoor. Forecasts suggest that the value of these markets worldwide will increase in the future due to the expectation that digital media will surpass traditional formats such as TV and print.
The United States in 2014 was the world’s leading entertainment and media market worldwide, with several contributors. The Hispanic contribution to entertainment and media industries in the U.S. in has been measured according to subsectors. In 2011, the Hispanic contribution to the television production sector was measured at 933 million U.S. dollars. This contribution is expected to increase to 1.19 billion U.S. dollars in 2016.
As with the entertainment and media market in the United States, the values of the markets in Canada are also expected to grow in the future. The size of the Canadian entertainment and media markets is small in comparison to its neighbor. In 2008, the markets were valued at 40.04 billion U.S. dollars and are expected to grow to 60.57 billion U.S. dollars in 2016.
In comparison the value of the global entertainment and media market will remain in the trillions. In 2014 the global markets were valued at an estimated 1.9 trillion U.S dollars, with the expectation that this value will rise to 2.3 trillion by 2018.