Atlantic Screen Media EIS Fund
- On January 10, 2018
- By GrowthInvest Admin
Atlantic Screen Media EIS Fund now live on the GrowthInvest platform
Atlantic Screen Group has launched a second fund in the shape of Atlantic Screen Media, established to provide investors with a broad range of media companies. The discretionary managed portfolio service will use their team’s experience to select EIS-qualifying companies operating in media and entertainment industries. The fund will initially focus on three segments – Music Scores for Film and Television, Comic Books and TV series development. With the possibility of including other sectors such as video games, in the future.
The entertainment and media sectors are an established and important part of the UK economy, accounting for more than £54 billion of economic output which is approximately 4% of GDP. The sector is expected to grow by 3.1% per annum over the next 5 years.
The PWC 2017 Global Entertainment & Media Outlook predict the UK sector will grow at a compound rate of 3% per annum over the next 5 years to be worth £72 billion by 2021. Digital services will account for over 60% of all spend in the sector growing at 5.8% CAGR per annum.
Within the wider industry, the worldwide music publishing industry has grown by 5.3% over the last 4 years, supported by new methods of monetising music publishing royalties from online broadcasts and streaming in addition to the traditional sources of revenue – for example, from TV broadcasts and record sales. Similarly, the global demand for television programmes has grown by 5% in the last 5 years, and increasingly discerning consumers are demanding higher quality television productions which are achieving higher prices supported by additional advertising or subscription revenues for broadcasters.
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