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Swedish TV revenue rises but domestic firms fail to benefit

Friday 10 April 2015 | 12:39 CET | News
The Swedish television market lifted its revenue in 2014 by 5 percent to approximately SEK 21 billion, according to consultancy Mediavision, but domestic television companies were not behind the growth. Traditional, linear TV viewing fell by about 4 percent, with average viewing time dropping to 153 minutes per day, the lowest level since 2005, when digital TV came in. Television advertising revenue fell by approximately SEK 200 million in 2014 from 2013, it said.

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