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  • 11/26/15 6:27 am EST
    International and USA children's channel distribution 2011-2015

    Online Children’s content generated $244 billion in revenue in 2014

    LONDON, UK (26 November, 2015) – European broadcasters spent just under $1 billion on children’s programming in 2014, more than any other region, according to new analysis released today by IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.The new report released by IHS Technology The Business of Children’s Content examined key trends in this subset of the entertainment industry. Based on investments by more than 100 broadcasters in 33 countries, a total of $2more...
  • 11/26/15 4:35 am EST
    IHS Global Insight Sovereign Risk Rating Changes by Region Q3 2015

    Downward trend of negative rating expands, but Europe buffered by renewed vigor of GDP growth

    LONDON, UK (26 November, 2015) – In this year’s third quarter, rating downgrades enveloped a broader range of commodity exporters than ever before, but Europe is seeing a ratings rebound, according to a new study from IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.The study, conducted by IHS Global Insight’s sovereign risk team, compares and assesses every sovereign worldwide across ratings agencies and fills in the industry’s long-neglected market space ofmore...
  • 11/24/15 1:29 pm EST
    Following a 21-percent surge in the second quarter, global spending on optical network equipment declined 10 percent in the third quarter, to $2.95 billion, reports IHS (NYSE: IHS). The market is down 1.7 percent from a year ago, with the biggest declines coming from EMEA and CALA. “The previous three quarters’ results for EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) indicated the first reversal of poor optical spending since 2009. However, third quarter results are less favorable, with a 5more...
  • 11/23/15 7:54 pm EST

    While unit shipments are forecast to fall 5 percent this year, total shipment area is expected to rise 5 percent

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (November 23, 2015) – Year-over-year large-area display shipments are forecast to fall 5 percent, reaching 682 million units in 2015. This decline in unit shipments will be offset by an increase in large area thin-film transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) shipment area, which is expected to grow 5 percent this year, according to IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.In addition to global currency issues that resulted inmore...
  • 11/23/15 8:01 am EST

    Led by price declines in lithium ion batteries, system prices have fallen significantly over the last few years

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (November 23, 2015) – Commercial energy storage activity is currently consolidated in just a handful of leading regions, but falling system costs will be a major factor enabling broader global market growth. For the first time, South Korea, Japan and the United States will each exceed a record 100 megawatts of annual energy storage installations in 2015. These three countries will account for 59 percent of global installations by 2016, but deployment will also increase inmore...
  • 11/23/15 8:01 am EST
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (November 23, 2015) – Demand for LTPS TFT LCD shipments rose 30 percent in September 2015 to reach 51.6 million units, due to strong demand from Apple and Chinese brands. Total smartphone panel shipments grew 4 percent month over month to reach 160 million units in September 2015. While amorphous silicon (a-Si) thin-film transistor (TFT) liquid-crystal display (LCD) panels continue to lead the smartphone display market, low-temperature polysilicon (LTPS) TFT LCD panel shipmentmore...
  • 11/23/15 8:00 am EST
    Subcontractor labor costs exerting pressure in weak markets
    Current construction costs rose in November, according to IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS) and the Procurement Executives Group (PEG). The headline current IHS PEG Engineering and Construction Cost Index (ECCI) registered 43.7 this month, up from 40.9 in October. The headline index remains well below the neutral mark, indicating that costs are still falling, just not as broadly as in October.  The index has not indicated rising costs for 11 months.The current materials/equipment index increased to 40more...
  • 11/22/15 10:33 pm EST

    JOC Events, part of IHS, announces TPM agenda that includes 10 industry-related tracks

    NEWARK, N.J. (Nov. 23, 2015) – Dr. Frank Appel, CEO of Deutsche Post DHL Group, will deliver the keynote address to the 16th annual TPM Conference in Long Beach, California, on Feb. 28-March 2, 2016, IHS Maritime & Trade announced today.As CEO of the world’s leading logistics and mail communications company since 2008, Dr. Appel has positioned the group to benefit strongly from growth markets such as e-commerce, thus strengthening the company’s position as a global leader. In all, Deutschemore...
  • 11/20/15 10:59 am EST

    Move elevates company to a sustainable, growth-oriented global producer

    HOUSTON (Nov. 20, 2015) – The recent merger of chlor-alkali and vinyl assets from The Dow Chemical Company and Olin Corporation, which were combined to form a company with significant scale and synergies, is viewed as a ‘win-win’ deal with strategic benefits for both partners, according to new analysis from IHS (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.  According to the IHS Chemical report entitled Chemical Company Analysis: Olin (Post Dow Chlorinemore...
  • 11/18/15 11:54 pm EST
    LONDON, U.K. (19 November 2015) – A new report from business information provider IHS (NYSE: IHS) identifies the big-picture trends that are seen as critical to improving the performance of the maritime industry’s capital investment, operational efficiencies and long-term business strategies over the next decade.The whitepaper report, called IHS Global Maritime Trends 2016, is gleaned from a team of experts at IHS Maritime & Trade, incorporating data-rich insights and statistical analysesmore...

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