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Indian Media and Entertainment Opportunities 2016

NEW YORK, Feb. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Indian Media and Entertainment Opportunities 2016

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SYNOPSIS

Bolstered by changing consumer preferences, evolving media delivery platforms, new business models, increased competition - owing to a proliferation of global players, and favorable regulations, the Indian Media & Entertainment (M&E) market has matured immensely over the last decade.

The current trend of increase in media penetration and consumption in Tier II and Tier III cities are creating even more opportunities for the industry. In tune with the rising media access and the abundant availability of digital devices, the industry is shifting its marketing and delivery platforms to cater to focused segments.

India's M&E industry is expected to reach INR 1,433 billion by 2016 with a CAGR of 11 percent in the next five years. In 2011, the digital advertising and animation & VFX sectors, though smaller contributors, have shown remarkable growth rates of 54 percent and 31 percent, respectively. This digitization process may take longer than anticipated, but once in place, it will change the face of Indian media. All the stake-holders along its value chain will derive benefit from it.

Our report critically examines the segments such as television, print, films, radio, music, animation, gaming and VFX. It gives a clear picture of the growth drivers, observed trends and the opportunities that arise from the exciting dynamics of the industry.

The report also assesses the current and future prospects, key mergers & acquisitions, technological impacts on the industry. It scrutinizes segment-wise issues, segment-wise regulatory policies, investment in the industry and its outlook. It also profiles major players from each segment of the industry.

SCOPE OF THE REPORT

• Overview of the Indian M&E Market
• Segment-wise Analysis of the Industry
• Outlook of the Industry


KEY FEATURES DISCUSSED

• Current Global M&E Market and Outlook
• Indian M&E Market - its Current and Future Status
• Detailed Analysis of Each Segment of the Industry
• Key Trends and Growth Drivers
• Impact of Technology on the Industry
• Major Investments
• Key M&A in the Industry
• Opportunities in Each Segment
• Segment-wise Regulatory Framework
• Segment-wise Tax Structure
• Segment-wise Issues & Challenges
• Profile of Major Players


BENEFICIARIES OF THE REPORT

• Companies in Television, Print, Films, Radio, Music production and Allied Sectors
• Television Manufacturing and Digital Set Top Box Manufacturing Companies
• Multiple System Operators (MSOs), Cable Operators and Television Broadcasters
• Newspapers and Media Houses
• Animation, Gaming and Visual Effects production Houses
• Business Research, KPOs & Consulting companies
• Media Equipment Manufacturers/Suppliers
• Government and Policy Makers
• Commercial and Investment Banks
• Individuals/Investors

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Overview

2.1 Global
2.2 Indian
2.2.1 Advertising Expenditure

3. Key Trends

4 Growth Drivers

5. Industry Segmentation

5.1 Television
5.1.1 Television Advertising Revenue
5.1.2 Television Households in India
5.1.3 Barrage of Channels
5.2 Print Media
5.2.1 Newspapers
5.2.2 Magazines
5.3 Films
5.4 Radio
5.5 Music
5.6 Animation, Gaming and VFX
5.6.1 Animation & VFX
5.6.2 Gaming

6. Impact of Technology on the M&E Industry

7. SWOT Analysis

8. Issues & Challenges

8.1 Television Industry
8.2 Print Media
8.3 Film Industry
8.4 Radio
8.5 Music Industry

9. Growth Opportunities

10. Regulations, Policies and Tax Structure

10.1 Television Industry
10.2 Print Media
10.3 Film Industry
10.4 Radio
10.5 Tax Structure for M&E Industry

11. Investment

11.1 Domestic
11.2 FDI
11.3 Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)

12. Major Players

13. Outlook

List of Charts

Chart 1: Global Media & Entertainment (M&E) Industry, 2007 - 2011
Chart 2: Global M&E Market Segments, 2011
Chart 3: Outlook - Global M&E Industry, 2012 - 2016
Chart 4: Global Spending on Advertisement, 2011
Chart 5: Forecast - Global Spending on Advertisement, 2016
Chart 6: Indian M&E Industry, 2007 - 2011
Chart 7: Global Per Capita M&E Expenditure, 2009
Chart 8: Outlook - Indian M&E Industry, 2012 - 2016
Chart 9: Indian M&E Industry Advertisement Revenue, 2007 - 2011
Chart 10: Segment-Wise Share of Advertisement Revenue, 2011
Chart 11: Outlook - Advertisement Revenue in Indian M&E Industry, 2012 - 2016
Chart 12: India's GDP Growth Rate
Chart 13: Private Consumption Growth Rate in India, FY2007 - FY2011
Chart 14: Personal Disposable Income in India, FY2006 - FY2010
Chart 15: Television Viewing Time, 2011
Chart 16: Global Advertising to GDP Ratio, 2010
Chart 17: Market Segmentation of Indian M&E Industry, 2011
Chart 18: Indian TV Industry Market Size, 2007 - 2011
Chart 19: Outlook - Indian TV Industry Market Size, 2012 - 2017
Chart 20: TV Advertising Revenues, 2007 - 2011
Chart 21: TV Channels in India, 2006 – 2011
Chart 22: Print Industry in India, 2007 - 2011
Chart 23: Segment-wise Revenue of Print Media, 2007 - 2011
Chart 24: Share of Print Advertisement Categories, 2011
Chart 25: Share of Newspapers and Magazines in Ad Revenue, 2007 - 2011
Chart 26: Outlook- Indian Print Media Market, 2012 - 2016
Chart 27: Indian Film Industry, 2007 - 2011
Chart 28: Global Comparison of Number of Screens per Million Population
Chart 29: Outlook - Indian Film Industry, 2012 - 2016
Chart 30: Indian Radio Industry, 2007 - 2011
Chart 31: Outlook - Indian Radio Industry, 2012 - 2016
Chart 32: Indian Music Industry, 2007 - 2011
Chart 33: Outlook - Indian Music Industry, 2007 - 2011
Chart 34: Indian Animation, Gaming and VFX Industry, 2007 - 2011
Chart 35: Revenue Share of Animation & VFX Industry, 2011
Chart 36: Cumulative FDI Inflows in M&E, FY 2009 - FY2013

List of Tables

Table 1: Global M&E Market by Region, 2011
Table 2: Growth of Telecom in India, 2011
Table 3: Top-10 Categories of Advertising in India, 2011
Table 4: Channel Genres and their Shares, 2011
Table 5: Top-10 Publications in India, 2011
Table 6: Top-10 Magazines in India, 2011
Table 7: Indian Film Industry Revenue Segmentation, 2007 - 2011
Table 8: Comparison of Global Admissions and Average Ticket Price, 2011
Table 9: Outlook - Indian Film Industry Revenue Segmentation, 2012 - 2016
Table 10: Top-10 Sectors Advertised on Radio, 2010 vs. 2011
Table 11: Most Preferred Mode of Radio Listening in India, 2011
Table 12: Indian Music Industry Revenue Segmentation, 2007- 2011
Table 13: Segment-wise Contribution of the Industry, 2007 - 2011
Table 14: Foreign Investment Limits in TV Industry – Existing & Proposed
Table 15: Digital Addressable System Implementation Schedule in India
Table 16: Foreign Investment Limits in Print Media
Table 17: Category of Certification for Films in India Indian Media & Entertainment Opportunities - 2016
Table 18: Proposed Category of Certification for Films in India Table 19: Corporate Tax Rates for M&E Industry in India Table 20: Key M&A and PE Investment in 2011 Table 21: Financials of ZEE, FY2008 – FY2012 Table 22: Financials of Jagran Prakashan Ltd, FY2008 – FY2012 Table 23: Financials of Reliance Media Works Limited Table 24: Financials of Saregama India Limited List of Figures Figure 1: SWOT Analysis of M&E Industry in India

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