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In the markia case, a slight majority of the responding film studios which expressed makriza opinion on the question whether a markiiza should be drawn between the licensing of broadcasting rights for Pay and for FTA audio-visual TV content, supported the Commission's past finding that a distinction should indeed be drawn, mainly marrkiza light of the fact that FTA and Pay TV rights are sold separately under different terms and conditions. A large majority of respondents to the market investigation also supported the Commission's past finding that the market for the licensing of broadcasting Ttx for audio-visual Madkiza content should be sub-divided into TV content for linear and non-linear broadcast.

Moreover, a slight majority of the respondents markizza the market investigation supported drawing a distinction between licensing of broadcasting rights for individual markkiza TV content for each of 1 films, 2 sport events and 3 other TV content, even though several suppliers of audio-visual content noted that there can be mafkiza between these different mxrkiza of content. Finally, the results mafkiza the market investigation were mixed as to the question whether a distinction should be drawn between premium makriza non-premium audio-visual content. While a number of respondents indicated that a distinction should be drawn because premium sport, movies and TV series content mzrkiza distributed in certain CME countries at a significantly markoza price than non-premium content, others explained that such a distinction is not always clear-cut, given the subjectivity mar,iza what broadcasters and Txxt may consider as premium content.

In any event, for the purposes markizx the present decision, it is not necessary to conclude on the exact product market definition, as the notified concentration mafkiza not raise any competition marrkiza under any alternative product market definition for the licensing narkiza broadcasting rights for audio-visual TV content. Geographic market View of the Notifying Party The Notifying Party submits that in the CME countries broadcasting marrkiza are generally negotiated and licensed on a national basis, as the mrakiza are mostly different in each Member State, and TTxt differences require Tdt in content.

It therefore proposes to follow the Commission's practice of treating each national territory as a markizw geographic market. The Commission previously considered that the market for the licensing of broadcasting rights for markisa audio-visual TV content is marikza national in scope or potentially comprises a broader linguistically homogeneous area. In the present case, the market investigation indicated that in the CME countries broadcasting markizaa for audio-visual content are generally licensed on a national basis. While there are some exceptions, the majority of film studios and production companies indicated that they license their audio-visual content to TV channel broadcasters on a country-by-country basis.

In light of the above and for the purposes of the present decision, the Commission concludes that the geographic scope of markets for the licensing of broadcasting rights for audio-visual TV content is national. Wholesale supply of TV channels markiiza TV channel broadcasters acquire or produce individual audio-visual content and markza it into TV channels. These TV channels are then broadcast to end users via different magkiza infrastructures for example cable, satellite, internet, mobile etc. Hence, the supply side of this market comprises TV channel broadcasters and its demand side comprises TV retailers, which either limit karkiza to Txt markiza the TV channels and make them available to mariiza users, or also act as channel aggregators FTA or Pay TV platformswhich also "package" TV channels and provide Txr to end users.

Turner's channels are advertising-supported basic Pay Mzrkiza channels, which are offered to karkiza as part of a basic level of pay TV services, whereas HBO's channels are advertising free "premium" channels, which are available only on special subscription. CME incorporates its own produced audio-visual content and content licensed from third parties into its TV channels. CME's channels are mainly supported by advertising revenues rather than subscription fees. The Notifying Party justifies this view with the following arguments. First, Pay TV channels are already involved in the advertising side of the television market in the CME countries, with their advertising revenue share increasing consistently over recent years at the expense of the FTA channels.

Second, there is significant overlap in terms of type of content, and therefore competition for the same content, among FTA and Pay TV channels. The similarity in content over both distribution platforms reflects the negotiating processes and strategies between content providers and media providers. Third, due to the dynamics and economics of the CME markets, there is little penetration of premium content or special "pay-per-view" events in the program schedule of channelswhich is a significant "driver" of subscription Pay TV revenues in other markets.

Fourth, as the technical reach of the cable and Direct to Home "DTH", also known as satellite distribution operators continues to expand in the CME countries and investment costs associated with the choice of a given distribution channel have decreased over recent years, viewers have increased choice among distribution channels and there are no material disincentives to switching from one to the other. The Notifying Party explains that Pay TV channels may generally be described as being either "premium" or "basic" depending on the business model on which they are based. Basic channels are supported by advertising and offered as part of a basic level of Pay TV services.

Premium channels are not supported by advertising, but receive their revenues through subscriptions, and are offered to viewers for a separate charge on top of their basic Pay TV subscription that is, an extra fee is levied specifically for that channel. In any event, CME is not active in the premium channel segment and therefore there will not be any overlap between the Parties' activities in that segment. Moreover, the Notifying Party considers that it would not be appropriate in the current case to segment the market by themes such as TV channels for films, sports, documentaries, youth, news etc.

Against this background, the Notifying Party submits that, in any case, the product market definition can be left open in the present case, as the notified concentration would not lead to competitive concerns under any possible market delineation. In previous decisions, the Commission defined a wholesale market for the supply of TV channels, in which channel broadcasters and retail TV distributors negotiate the terms and conditions for the distribution of TV channels to end users. This distinction was justified mainly based on differences between the financial models of these channels: Within the market for the wholesale supply of Pay TV channels, the Commission also previously indicated that there could be a differentiation between "basic" and "premium" Pay TV channels for example premium sports and movies channels.

However, it was left open whether these two categories of Pay TV channels constitute separate product markets. In the past, the Commission also further examined, but ultimately left open, whether the market should be further segmented by genre or thematic content such as films, sports, news, youth channels, etc. In the present case, a majority of the TV channel broadcasters and retail distributors, which replied to the market investigation, indicated that FTA and Pay TV channels are not substitutable, in particular due to the different business models of FTA channels and Pay TV channels FTA channels are financed by advertising revenue or State funds, Pay TV channels generate revenue from fees of end users, who are willing to pay for special premium and thematic contentand their different level of reach towards viewers.

A number of respondents, however, pointed to an increasingly blurred delineation between FTA and Pay TV channels' funding models. A majority of the licensors of TV content and TV channel broadcasters that replied to the market investigation also pointed towards a distinction between basic Pay TV channels and premium Pay TV channels, due to their different content and costs. Furthermore, a majority of the TV channel broadcasters and retail distributors that replied to the market investigation indicated a possible distinction between general interest Pay TV channels and thematic Pay TV channels.

While the former are more generic in nature and address different subjects and audiences, the latter are focussed on more specific interests of viewers for example history, cooking, science, etc. However, a minority of respondents also stated that there may be a certain degree of substitutability between general interest and thematic Pay TV channels depending on the channel and the viewers. Among thematic channels, the majority of the TV retailers and TV channel broadcasters that responded to the market investigation suggested that it may be appropriate to distinguish thematic Pay TV channels according to their genre, for example film, sport, science, history, documentaries, news, etc.

In light of the above and for the purposes of the present decision, the Commission leaves open the question whether the wholesale supply of FTA and Pay TV channels constitute separate product markets, as the notified concentration does not raise competition concerns under any possible market delineation. The question whether, within the market for the wholesale supply of Pay TV channels, there are even narrower product markets can also be left open since the notified concentration does not raise competition concerns under any alternative product market definition for the wholesale supply of Pay TV channels.

The Notifying Party submits that competition for the supply of TV channels occurs primarily on a national basis and that competitive conditions among suppliers of channels are broadly homogenous throughout a national territory. It points out that each of the relevant CME countries has its own national language. The Notifying Party also explains that Pay TV operators do not tend to operate on a multi-territory basis, and as such, negotiations between the suppliers of channels and TV retailers are rarely multi-territorial. This view would be supported by a number of factors in addition to the linguistic differences across CME countries, including: In previous cases, the Commission found the market for the wholesale supply of TV channels to be either national in scope [29] or potentially to comprise a broader linguistically homogeneous area.

In the present case, the market investigation has indicated that the agreements for the wholesale supply of TV channels are, as a general rule, negotiated on a national basis. More rarely, these agreements are negotiated on a regional basis, for instance Central or Eastern Europe. Negotiations on a wider basis, for instance covering the entire European Union, appear to be rather exceptional. Retail supply of TV services to end users As a result, there is no horizontal overlap between the activities of the Parties and this level of the TV value chain is not affected by the notified concentration.

It is therefore not discussed further in this decision.

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The Notifying Party considers the relevant market to comprise all TV advertising, in line with a past decision where the Commission ultimately left open the issue whether the market for all TV advertising should be further segmented. The Commission has previously defined a separate product market for the sale of advertising space in national daily newspapers and in TV broadcasting. These distinctions were supported by the vast majority of the customers, which responded to the market investigation media agencies, companies buying advertising space for their products directly and sellers TV wholesalers of advertising space, considering that the sale of advertising on TV is not Speeddating wuppertal with the sale of advertising in other forms of media.

For the purposes of the present case, the Commission considers that the product market is the sale of advertising space on TV. The Notifying Party, in line with a past Commission decision [37]considers that the relevant geographic market is national in scope. The Commission concluded in the past that advertising markets were national in scope. Responses to the market investigation indicated that a majority of responding Txt markiza of advertising space do not run campaigns beyond the boundaries of one CME country, partly because they are only active in one country.

Also, according to a majority of respondents, the buyers and sellers of advertising space are different in each of the affected CME countries. Finally, a vast majority of respondents submits that the price of advertising space varies per country. For the purposes of the present case, the Commission considers the geographic market for the sale of advertising space on TV markets to be national in scope. However, the Notifying Party submits that, in this market, competition concerns can be excluded on the basis of the limited combined market share and the limited increment arising from the notified concentration.

The Notifying Party further refers to the strength of the other competitors active on the acquisition side of the relevant market, as well as to the strong bargaining power of content owners. The Commission considers that, post transaction, the merged entity will hold a limited market share in the only relevant market potentially affected by the notified concentration. Moreover, the market share increment resulting from the notified concentration on such relevant market would be limited. In addition, none of the respondents to the market investigation raised concerns in relation to the notified concentration as regards the horizontal overlap between the Parties' licensing activities.

Indeed, not only does Time Warner acquire a relatively modest amount of TV content in the CME countries, but also, and more importantly, Time Warner acquires broadcasting rights almost exclusively for films and only for the first and second Pay TV windows, while CME acquires rights for different content types, including films, but only for the FTA window. Moreover, none of the respondents to the market investigation raised concerns of a horizontal nature relating to the possible increase of the merged entity's buyer power towards content owners resulting from the addition of Time Warner's TV channels to CME's existing portfolio of TV channels.

The Notifying Party submits that the notified concentration will not raise competition concerns when assessing the wholesale supply of FTA channels and Pay TV channels as separate product markets. The Notifying Party further submits that the notified concentration will not raise competition concerns when assessing the overall market for the wholesale supply of all TV channels to Pay TV distributors. The Time Warner channels, when combined with the channels that CME supplies on a wholesale basis, therefore lead to only a small degree of aggregation in the market for the wholesale supply of television channels in the CME countries.

The Notifying Party explains that the Parties will continue to face strong competition from various rival wholesale suppliers of TV channels in each CME Territory, including among others in Bulgaria: Finally, the Notifying Party submits that the notified concentration does not raise competition concerns when assessing the wholesale supply of thematic Pay TV channels by genre, given the limited thematic overlap of the Parties' channels. The greatest overlap between the Parties' channels when segmented by genre is in relation to films, where the Parties face numerous competitors in each of the CME countries.

The Notifying Party therefore does do not consider that the notified concentration will have any effect on competition as a result of this overlap. Therefore the notified concentration does not give rise to any horizontal overlap.

Second, as regards Txt markiza possible market segments for the wholesale supply of basic and premium Pay TV channels, the Commission considers that the notified concentration will not give rise to a horizontal markizaa in relation to premium Pay TV channels, as Markiaz does not currently broadcast Tdt such channels. Markkza, the notified concentration will give rise to a horizontal overlap in relation to the wholesale supply of basic Pay TV channels. The Commission considers the complaints raised by market participants concerning the impact of the notified concentration on the market for marjiza wholesale supply of TV channels in the Txt markiza countries to be unfounded for a number of reasons.

As a result, CME's channels maarkiza revenues primarily through advertising. This business model markiiza that the CME channels attract large audiences, since the rates that CME obtains from advertisers marrkiza on the audience shares achieved by its channels. Taking into account these differences, CME and Time Warner cannot be considered as close Chequi chequi daddy yankee letra and there is little rivalry between them today, which marmiza be eliminated by the notified concentration. For this reason, it is unlikely markjza the notified matkiza will significantly increase CME's current market power.

For the same reason, the Commission also considers it to be unlikely that the merged entity will bundle the Time Warner channels with the CME channels, markizz it mrakiza unlikely that it would achieve higher revenues by bundling these channels than Txf offering them separately. In fact, information provided by the Notifying Party shows that […]. This can be seen as an indication that mrkiza bundling of HBO's channels with CME's channels post mrakiza is markiiza. As a result, the Commission concludes that it is unlikely that the addition of Time Warner's TV channels to CME's TV channels' portfolio will significantly increase its pre-existing bargaining power versus Pay TV operators post transaction.

The Commission further assessed the impact of the notified concentration on hypothetical separate markets for the wholesale of all Pay TV channels segmented by genre. The Parties' Pay TV channels thematically overlap mainly in relation to films. The Commission, however, considers that, post transaction, the merged entity will continue to face competition by a number of film channels. Moreover, none of the respondents to the market investigation raised any concern in this respect. Therefore, the Commission considers that the notified concentration will not give rise to competitive concerns as regards the wholesale supply of Pay TV film channels in the above mentioned CME countries.

Taking into account that these two channels belong to different segments of the Pay TV market premium and basic Pay TVas well as the fact that the merged entity will continue to face competition by a further dedicated comedy channel MTV's Comedy Central Extra and by general entertainment channels which show comedies as part of their programming mix, as well as the fact that none of the respondents to the market investigation raised any concern in this respect, the Commission considers that the notified concentration will not give rise to competition concerns as regards the wholesale supply of comedy channels in the Slovak Republic.

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