Welcome to the searchable Database of Communications, Media and Motion Picture Statistics of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority.
Using statistical data from fields as diverse as telephone and mobile communications services, broadcasting and programme distribution, postal services, information technology and the Internet, authority activities, media monitoring, media services and motion pictures, the Database seeks to provide a status overview of the communications sector and the media. An international outlook further adds to the usability and comparability of data.
Information collected within the framework of the National Statistical Data Collection Programme (NSDCP) and made available by service providers represent one key source for the Database, but certain series of statistics generated by the Authority (and its legal predecessors) are also being made available here. Economic and IT-related data have been compiled from records of the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO), meanwhile international information are courtesy of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU). (See each chapter for the lists of references used.)
Data refer to end of year (31 December), with quarterly figures featured in certain chapters. After compiling and processing data series for the previous year, the Authority posts data suitable for year-on-year or year-to-date comparisons at regular updates on the 20th of each month. (However, between the dates when data collection ends and data are posted in the database, significant changes may occur given the different nature of each sector.)
This freely accessible service is intended for anyone interested in the various trends shaping the telecommunications and media landscape, and is also recommended for use as an in-depth research tool for market analyses, teaching, studies or academic papers. Subject to the terms of the Legal Notice
, any use of data, tables, charts and definitions featured in the Database is permitted provided the source is acknowledged.
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are also available.
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