Viewing content and availability reports

Content reports

Generating a Content Report

Go to Rights > Content Report to view your availabilities and past sales for a specific catalog entry:

  1. Select the time span (Start date and End date) and Title you’d like analyze.
  2. Using the Exclusivity filter, you may determine whether non-exclusive or exclusive availabilities should be displayed.
  3. The Report type setting determines whether all of the following filters in the line below (Exact) must be matched, or if partial matches (Partial) should also be shown.
  4. Set further filters (Geographies, Media Types, Languages) to limit the search results.

Rights will be color-coded as follows:

  • Turquoise: overall distribution rights (as defined by an active Contract In)
  • Orange: rights have been contracted non-exclusively (an active non-exclusive Contract Out exists)
  • Red: rights have have been contracted exclusively (an active exclusive Contract Out exists)
  • Blue: non-exclusive rights are available (i.e. not contracted by a Contract Out yet)
  • Purple: exclusive rights are available (i.e. not contracted by a Contract Out yet)
You can export your Content report as a spreadsheet file by clicking the Export to Excel button.

Availability reports

Creating an Availability Report

Similarly, go to Rights > Availability Report to view your availabilities by territory:

  1. Select the time span (Start date and End date) you’d like analyze.
  2. Using the Exclusivity filter, you may determine whether non-exclusive or exclusive availabilities should be displayed.
  3. The Report type setting determines whether all of the following filters in the line below (Exact) must be matched, or if partial matches (Partial) should also be shown.
  4. Use the Geographies filter to select the territory.
  5. Set further filters (Media Types, Languages) to limit the search results.
  6. Optionally, use the Category filter and search function to further limit results by specific content metadata.

Availabilities will be color-coded as follows:

  • Blue: non-exclusive rights are available (i.e. not contracted by a Contract Out yet)
  • Purple: exclusive rights are available (i.e. not contracted by a Contract Out yet)
You can export your Availability report as a spreadsheet file by clicking the Export to Excel button. The following options are available:

  • AvR short w/ asking price: Availability data plus pricing information
  • AvR short w/o asking price: Availability data without pricing information
  • AvR long w/ asking price: Availability data plus key content metadata and pricing information
  • AvR long w/o asking price: Availability data plus key content metadata but without pricing information
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