Sales of cinemas in Czech Republic up 7.5% in Q1 2012.

By bne IntelliNews April 27, 2012
Sales of cinema theaters in the Czech Republic increased by 7.5% on the year to CZK 272mn (EUR 11mn) in the first quarter of 2012, following a 40% decline a year ago, CTK newswire reported citing data from the Film Distributors' Union (UFD). The number of cinema visitors increased by 146,000 to 2.4mn in Q1. Last year 10.7mn Czechs went to see a movie, which was the lowest figure in six years. Cinema sales increased fell to a four-year low of CZK 1.210bn in 2011 from a record-high of CZK 1.497bn in 2010.
Notice: Undefined index: social in /var/www/html/application/views/scripts/index/article.phtml on line 259

Related Articles

Czech CSSD proposes 2014 general and European elections to be held together.

Social Democrats (CDDS), the major Czech opposition party, proposed next year's general and European elections to be held on the same day, CTK news agency reported. CSSD leader Bohuslav Sobotka ... more

Tesco Czech faces fine for selling products containing undeclared horsemeat

The Czech unit of UK retailer Tesco faces a fine of up to CZK 3mn (EUR 116,000) for selling beef lasagne containing undeclared horsemeat, Radio Prague reported. The state-run Agricultural and Food ... more

Czech Senate votes to limit immunity of lawmakers, judges.

The upper house of the Czech parliament, the Senate, voted on March 20 a constitutional amendment to limit the immunity of lawmakers and constitutional judges, Radio Prague reported. Out of the ... more