Visualizations

INTERACTIVE VISUALIZATIONS: On this page, you can explore our research findings through interactive graphs embedded on our website. You can download the visualizations and explore the data we generated. Tip: Click on the bottom right corner of each visualisation for a better, fullscreen, version.

Brussels’ media workers: New media

Through the NACE codes identified for this research, only one company and one employee accounts for the core of the sector (publishing of video games). The rest of the sector is made up of supporting companies involved in data related activities with 2.479 employees, which (it is the hypothesis) also support the other three sectors. Find out more in Deliverable 4.2a.

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Brussels media workers: advertising

The 240 companies of the advertising sector employ 3.064 individuals. All these employees work in advertising agencies or media representation. Find out more in Deliverable 4.2a.

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Brussels’ media workers: the print sector

Employees of the print sector are fairly distributed in the core (1.794) and support companies (1.137). Find out more in Deliverable 4.2a.

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Brussels’ media workers: the audiovisual sector

The audiovisual sector is characterized by a consistent core of 5.713 employees and a smaller supporting group of companies employing 577 workers. These 6.290 employees work for one of the 282 companies of the sector. This shows that a small amount of companies employ a lot of people. Find out more in Deliverable 4.2a.

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Brussels’ media workers over space and time

The analysis of the evolution of the number of media workers shows a slow but steady decline over the course of 5 years. From 16.649 workers registered in 2011, we stand at 16.169 in December 2015. When separating employees of media companies from independents, one can notice a steeper decline for employees, losing over 1.000 individuals. The number of self-employed individuals on the other hand grows year by year from 459 in 2011 to 1.344 individuals in 2015. Find out more in Deliverable 4.2a.

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Plotting Brussels’ media industry from Reyers to the BMA

Plotting addresses in Brussels and the BMA shows how densely distributed media entities are (institutions and independents). The following visualizations present the findings of the economic impact analysis of the media industry in Brussels made in Work Package 2. The analysis is published in Deliverable 2.3a. Media entities were plotted in Brussels and the BMA and within the Reyers area.

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Mapping: The concentration and distribution of media activities in Brussels

Within Brussels, Schaerbeek shows the strongest concentration of media activities. This is also the location of the future MediaPark.brussels. More findings on the levels of Communes and neighborhoods can be found in the following graphs and maps. The analysis was part of  the findings of the economic impact analysis of the media industry in Brussels made in Work Package 2. The analysis is published in Deliverable 2.3a.

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Mapping: The concentration and distribution of Brussels’ media industry and beyond

Brussels is the leading location for media activities, accumulating 39% of the total net added value Belgium’s media industry created. The following graphs visualize the distribution of media activities in Belgium along the three regions, the provinces, the arrondissements and per postal code. The analysis was part of  the findings of the economic impact analysis of the media industry in Brussels made in Work Package 2. The analysis is published in Deliverable 2.3a.

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The market and and firm structure of Brussels’ media industry

The market and firm structure of Brussels’ media industry is determined by factors of size of the instutions, legal forms and entry and exit rates of media institions. The analysis was part of  the findings of the economic impact analysis of the media industry in Brussels made in Work Package 2. The analysis is published in Deliverable 2.3a.

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The labour market of Brussels’ media industry

The analysis of the labour market of Brussels’ media industry was part of  the findings of the economic impact analysis of the media industry in Brussels made in Work Package 2. The analysis is published in Deliverable 2.3a. The graphs show estimations on key data regarding number of employees, media workers, development and language shares of media workers.

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The economic contribution of Brussels’ media industry

The following visualizations present the findings of the economic impact analysis of the media industry in Brussels made in Work Package 2. The analysis is published in Deliverable 2.3a. The graphs show estimations not only on key data but also with a focus on a comparative analysis including trends showing the importance of Brussels as media location in terms of economic contribution.

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