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Contents >> Film and Video >> Financial Data for Video Hire

VIDEO HIRE

In 1999-2000, video hire outlets earned about three-quarters (76%) of their income through rental of videos and DVDs. Wages and salaries accounted for about one-fifth (21%) of total expenses, with the other main expense items being purchases of videos and related goods (18%) and rent, leasing and hiring expenses (17%).

16.11 INCOME AND EXPENSES OF BUSINESSES IN THE VIDEO HIRE OUTLET INDUSTRY - 1999-2000

Value
Percentage contribution
$m
%

Income
Income from the rental of videos and DVDs
449.7
75.6
Income from the rental of video games
38.3
6.4
Income from the sale of videos and video related goods
36.3
6.1
Income from sales of food and beverages
40.0
6.7
Other
30.9
5.2
Total income
595.2
100.0
Expenses
Labour costs
128.9
23.1
Rent, leasing and hiring expenses
93.5
16.7
Other selected expenses
87.7
15.7
Purchases
Videos and related goods
99.9
17.9
Food and beverages
27.9
5.0
Other costs
120.8
21.6
Total expenses
558.7
100.0

ABS, Video Hire Industry, 1999-2000 (cat. no. 8562.0).



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