Media & Communications Data
SNL Kagan provides a universal source for the latest and most comprehensive research on each Media & Communications sector. Our seasoned analysts follow all of the major industry sectors, including Broadcast, TV Networks, Wireless & Wireline, U.S. Multichannel, Global Multichannel, TV Programming, Filmed Entertainment and Internet Media.
Proprietary insider intelligence compiled from multiple sources.
Gain access to financial and operational insight that isn’t available anywhere else. We’re the only information provider that offers detailed research and analysis on media and communications companies and integrates them with breaking news stories and a comprehensive database of financial and operational information. We gather exclusive intelligence from our own surveys, insider contacts and top management interviews, and combine it with media & communications data collected from company-reported financials and regulatory databases, to give you the complete picture on any market or company, from top to bottom.
Our platform makes your job easier.
SNL Kagan’s interactive platform lets you query our databases with single-click ease. Click on a company name for complete profiles from financials to earnings estimates to capital structure. Use drill-down tabs for sector-specific operational metrics. Sort companies based on rankings and subscriber counts for each metric. Then launch into SNL Kagan’s exclusive 5- and 10-year industry projections, based on proprietary models we’ve developed using 40+ years of experience monitoring the media and communications sector.
SNL Kagan’s analysts publish the expert analysis and exclusive industry projections you need to stay ahead of budding trends in media and communications. We provide the intelligence you need on key sectors, technologies and trends, including:
- U.S. and global multichannel markets
- Basic, premium and broadcast networks
- Internet media
- Radio and TV broadcasting
- Cable TV advertising
- Motion pictures and programming
- VOD and ITV
- Emerging content delivery technologies
- Wireless and wireline