Indian has the world’s largest film industry, and the second largest television market with a growing digital presence.
estimated valuation of M&E industry by 2022.
registered publications (newspapers and periodicals).
growth anticipated in digital content space.
growth by 2021, topping global rise of 4.2%.
FDI allowed in the broadcasting industry.
media has remained strong in India, as opposed to global markets.
estimated size of India's TV market by 2020.
largest market in terms of number of app downloads.
internet user base as of 2019 driving digital content.
production and corporate houses involved in film production.
platforms, foreign and local, have reported rapid growth in India.
CAGR estimated for the Indian TV sector over the next five years.
The FFO, would act as a facilitation point for film producers and assist them in obtaining requisite permissions, disseminate information on shooting locales as well as the facilities available with the Indian film industry for production/post production.
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India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive and capital establishments
Walt Disney - Films and animation
NBCUniversal - Multimedia
Ogilvy and Mather - Advertising
Blackstone - Financial Services
Bloomberg - Business News
Sony Entertainment - Television Serials
Star India - Television Channel
BBC - Television and Radio
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments