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  • Entertainment & Media An Unfolding Opportunity
    • India - An Overview
    • Market and Growth Potential
    • Players
    • Opportunities
    • Why India?
    • Contact in India
    Entertainment & Media
  • Entertainment & Media
    • Population
    • States/UTs
    • Geographical Area
    • Languages recognised
    • Business language
    • Per Capita Income**
    • GDP**
    Over 1 bn 35 3.3 mn sq kms 22 English US$ 534 US$ 650 bn **(at factor cost & at current prices) 1USD=43.54 INR (as on July 4, 2005)
  • India - Fast pace Growth
    • Largest democracy
    • 4th largest economy by PPP index
    • 6th largest energy consumer
    • ForEx reserves skyrocket from US$ 42 bn (2001) to
    • US$ 133 bn (February, 2005)
    • GDP growth to continue between 6-8%
    • 3rd largest economy by 2050: Goldman Sachs
    • Leading in IT & BPO
    • Oil & Gas and Biotechnology sunrise industries
  • India - Leading the world
    • Hero Honda - largest manufacturer of motorcycles
    • Moser Baer - among the top three media manufacturers
    • in the world
    • Pharmaceutical Industry - 4th largest in world
    • Walmart, GAP, Hilfiger sources more than
    • USD 1bn worth apparel from India
    • 100 Fortune 500 have set R&D facilities in India
    • including GE, Delphi, Eli Lilly, HP, Heinz and Daimler
    • Chrysler
    • India - An Overview
    • Market and Growth Potential
    • Players
    • Opportunities
    • Why India?
    • Contact in India
    Entertainment & Media
  • The Entertainment & Media Industry
    • Size US$6900 mn
    • Estimated growth rate
    • over next 5 years 14% CAGR
    One of the fastest growing sectors of the Indian economy
  • Films Wing Directorate of Film Festivals Ø  National Film Development Corpn Ø  Central Board of Film Certification Broadcasting Wing Ø  Prasar Bharti o    AIR o    Doordarshan   Information Wing Press Council of India Press Information Bureau Ministry of Information & Broadcasting Key Institutional Framework
  • Constituents
  • The Changing Face ---------- Straight line denotes Traditional Delivery Mechanisms - - - - Dotted line denotes Converged Delivery Mechanisms Source:PwC Analysis Films Television Radio Media Music E&M Sector  Content  Commercial (Hindi & Regional) Cinema Art Movies Cartoon Movies Commissioned Programs News & Current Affairs Commissioned Programs News & Current Affairs News & Current Affairs Fiction/Non Fiction Articles Film Music Private Albums Delivery  Cinema Halls Home Videos (Video Cassettes, VCDs, DVDs,) Cable Terrestrial DTH Public Broadcaster FM Channels Newspapers Magazines Books Cassettes CDs Mobile Phones Internet
  • Filmed Entertainment Current Size US$ 1256 mn Estimated growth rate over next 5 years 18% CAGR Source: Industry estimates & PwC Analysis
  • Filmed Entertainment-Key Growth Drivers Emergence of crossover films
    • High Return on investment
    • immense
    • international appeal
    • low costs of production
    In 2004 alone, estimated five Bollywood releases generated more than US$ 2 million each in the UK and US.
    • Increasing importance of regional cinema
    • International cinema dubbed in Indian languages
    • Growth of multiplexes
    • Growth in cinema advertising
    • Merchandising/Promotional
    • Material Revenues
    Filmed Entertainment-Key Growth Drivers
  • Television
    • India Third largest television
    • market in the world
    • Estimated growth rate of 18% CAGR
    • TV industry on an overall
    • basis for next 5 years
    • Total No. of TV households over 119 mn
    • Total No. of TV channels over 350
  • Source: Industry estimates & PwC Analysis Television Industry- Revenues
    • Pay Revenues - primary growth driver for
    • subscription revenues
    • Growth in number of TV households
    • Low penetration of multi-channel colour TVs in rural
    • areas
    • Growth in the television software segment
    Television-Key Growth Drivers
  • Music Industry Source: Industry estimates & PwC Analysis F- Forecast;E-Estimate
    • Growth in non-film albums and music videos
    • Talent Nurturing
    • FM radio synergies
    • Shortening shelf life of music
    • Organised music retailing
    • Unbundling of the album concept
    • Product expansion
    • Overseas potential
    Music Industry- Key Growth Drivers
  • Radio Industry Source: Industry estimates & PwC Analysis F- Forecast;E-Estimate
    • Local Advertising
    • Lower share of Adspend
    • Satellite Radio
    • Community Radio
    Radio Industry-Key Growth Drivers
  • Print Media Source: Industry Estimates & PwC Analysis   F- Forecast;E-Estimate
  • Newspaper Industry Source: Industry Estimates & PwC Analysis   F- Forecast;E-Estimate
  • Magazine Industry Source: Industry Estimates & PwC Analysis   F- Forecast;E-Estimate
    • Booming Indian economy
    • Content
    • Government initiatives
    • Emerging Digital Technologies
    Newspaper and Magazine Publishing Industry Key Growth Drivers
    • India - An Overview
    • Market and Growth Potential
    • Players
    • Opportunities
    • Why India?
    • Contact in India
    Entertainment & Media
  • Indian Film Industry a a Present X Not present Players Production Distribution Exhibition Zee Telefilms a a Adlabs Films a a a AVM Productions a a a Mukta Arts a a X Rajshri Productions a a X Shringar Group X a a PVR Cinemas X a a Pritish Nandy Communications a a X
  • Indian Television Industry
    • CNBC-TV 18
    • Discovery
    • ESPN Star Sports
    • Hathway Cable
    • MTV India
    Key Players
    • STAR India
    • TEN Sports India
    • Walt Disney
    • Turner International
  • Indian Television Industry
    • Doordarshan
    • Balaji Telefilms
    • Eenadu TV
    • NDTV
    • Nimbus
    • Padmalaya
    Key Players
    • Sahara India
    • Sony Entertainment
    • Sun Television
    • UTV Software
    • Zee Telefilms Limited
  • Indian Music Industry
    • Universal Music India
    • Saregama India (HMV)
    • Venus Records
    • Sony Music Entertainment
    • BMG Crescendo
    • Virgin Records
    • Magnasound
    Key Players
  • Radio
    • All India Radio (AIR)
    • Planned, developed & operated by Ministry of I & B.
    • Network of 214 broadcasting centres
    • covering 24 languages
    • covering 91.37% of the area
    • serving 99.13% of the Indian populace
    • Private FM Broadcasters
    • Entertainment Network India
    • Radio Today
    • Radio City
    • Radio Mid – Day West
    • India FM Radio
  • Print Media
    • Times of India
    • Hindustan Times
    • The Hindu
    • The Telegraph
    • Indian Express
    • Mid-Day
    Key Players
    • India Today
    • Readers Digest
    • Outlook
    • Femina
    • Filmfare
    • Stardust
    Newspapers Magazines
    • India - An Overview
    • Market and Growth Potential
    • Players
    • Opportunities
    • Why India?
    • Contact in India
    Entertainment & Media
  • Cable TV Households 50 Million TV Households 119 Million Total No. o f Households 200 Million Source: Industry Estimates & PwC Research Cable TV Households- untapped potential Low Cable penetration levels indicate huge untapped potential Rural areas to spur growth
  • Television
    • Television Subscription
    • Current size US$ 1667 mn
    • Television Advertising
    • Current size US$ 1067 mn
    Source: Industry Estimates & PwC Research
  • Growth of multiplexes
    • Platform to screen movies
    • appealing to niche audience
    • Have brought back Indian film
    • viewers to movie halls
    • Smaller screening options
    • India - An Overview
    • Market and Growth Potential
    • Players
    • Opportunities
    • Why India?
    • Contact in India
    Entertainment & Media
    • Expanding Indian Economy
    The India Advantage
    • Demographic Advantage – 30 to 40 million people joining
    • middle class every year
    • Strong job creation in new economy sectors
    • Change in consumer mindset due to global exposure
    • Untapped rural potential
    • 2001 Industry status to Films
    The Policy Advantage
    • 2004 Announcement of Broadband Policy
    • 2001 Announcement of DTH guidelines
    • Reduction in import duties
    • Move towards Co - production treaties
    Key Government Initiatives
  • Number of raids conducted   Source: Indian Music Industry Enforcement efforts against music pirates
    • Advertising & Film Sector
    • Upto 100% on automatic route
    FDI Policy
    • Print Media
    • - Upto 74% in Indian entities publishing scientific/ technical
    • & speciality magazines/periodicals/journals
    • - Upto 26% in Indian entities publishing news & current
    • affairs newspapers & periodicals
    • Broadcasting Sector
    • No restriction on foreign equity in proposals related to
    • software production, marketing of TV rights, air times,
    • advertisements etc.
    • India - An Overview
    • Market and Growth Potential
    • Players
    • Opportunities
    • Why India?
    • Contact in India
    Entertainment & Media
  • Contact in India Office of the Minister for Information & Broadcasting Shastri Bhawan New Delhi 110 001 Tel 0091 11 2338 4782/2338 4340 Fax 0091 11 2378 2118
  • Contact in India Secretary, Ministry for Information & Broadcasting R.No. 655, A Wing, Shastri Bhawan New Delhi 110 001 Tel 0091 11 2338 2639 Fax 0091 11 2338 3513
  • Contact in India Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) The Mantosh Sondhi Centre 23, Institutional Area Lodi Road New Delhi 110003 India Tel: + 91 11 2462 9994-97 Fax:+ 91 112461 5693 Email: c.banerjee@ciionline.org