The research group 'Diversidad Audiovisual / Audiovisual Diversity' of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) publishes the report 'Availability and prominence of Spanish works in subscription video-on-demand services – 2023 edition'. This report analyzes the Spanish films and series offered through the services Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Disney+ and AppleTV+.
The study provides hitherto unknown data of great interest for the audiovisual sector. In a context of strong inter-company competition and new regulatory obligations for these agents in the European Union, it sheds light on questions such as how many Spanish works make up the different catalogs, what are the main characteristics of these works and what prominence is given to them by each service.
The work has been developed by Luis A. Albornoz, Mª Trinidad García Leiva and Pedro Gallo, has the support of the University Institute of Spanish Cinema of the UC3M and is part of the research project 'Diversity and subscription video-on-demand services' (PID2019-109639RB-I00), funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation and the State Research Agency (MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033/).
The full study, in Spanish and English, is available here.