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A GLIMPSE OF THE MARKET
 PRODUCERS DISTRIBUTORS EXHIBITORS
 PRE PRODUCTION COSTS PRODUCTION COSTS POST PRODUCTION COSTS REMUNERATIONS PRINT AND PUBLICITY COSTS (A look at the ...
 SATELLITE RIGHTS AUDIO RIGHTS DVD RIGHTS INTERNET DISTRIBUTION RIGHTS AREA SALES SUBSIDY
 Novelty of concept Hero’s popularity & recent successes Director’s popularity and recent success Time of Release Tim...
 The BKT – Bangalore Kolar and Tumkur, MMCH – Mandya, Mysore, Coorg and Hassan SCB – Shimoga, Chickmagalur and Bhadrav...
 NEWS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS ENTERTAINMENT
 Mainly proprietorship concerns Politically affiliated to parties –  Kasturi, Janashri, Udaya
 NON FICTION FICTION
 Mostly produced in-house Rarely outsourced or co-produced with a private  production company Copyright for most shows ...
 Mostly done by private production houses.
 SPONSORSHIP PROGRAMS COMMISSIONED SEMI-COMMISSIONED IN HOUSE PRODUCTION
 Telecast fee fixed for a slot – to be paid by producer FCT (Free Commercial time) Marketing done by Producer Occasion...
 Entire shooting outsourced to a private production  house Budget fixed per episode Program assessed on the basis of TR...
 Partly outsourced to private production houses Budget for producer’s component fixed Program assessed on basis of TRP...
 Technicians and makers are paid a remuneration  directly by the channel Usually attempted with concepts that have alrea...
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  1. 1. A GLIMPSE OF THE MARKET
  2. 2.  PRODUCERS DISTRIBUTORS EXHIBITORS
  3. 3.  PRE PRODUCTION COSTS PRODUCTION COSTS POST PRODUCTION COSTS REMUNERATIONS PRINT AND PUBLICITY COSTS (A look at the cost breakup)
  4. 4.  SATELLITE RIGHTS AUDIO RIGHTS DVD RIGHTS INTERNET DISTRIBUTION RIGHTS AREA SALES SUBSIDY
  5. 5.  Novelty of concept Hero’s popularity & recent successes Director’s popularity and recent success Time of Release Timing of release vis a vis other films and events Publicity and marketing strategies
  6. 6.  The BKT – Bangalore Kolar and Tumkur, MMCH – Mandya, Mysore, Coorg and Hassan SCB – Shimoga, Chickmagalur and Bhadravathi BK - Bombay Karnataka – Bijapur, Belgaum, Hubli- Dharwad and Karwar HK - Hyderabad Karnataka – Bidar, Gulbarga and Raichur SK - South Kanara – Mangalore and surroundings.
  7. 7.  NEWS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS ENTERTAINMENT
  8. 8.  Mainly proprietorship concerns Politically affiliated to parties – Kasturi, Janashri, Udaya
  9. 9.  NON FICTION FICTION
  10. 10.  Mostly produced in-house Rarely outsourced or co-produced with a private production company Copyright for most shows are available
  11. 11.  Mostly done by private production houses.
  12. 12.  SPONSORSHIP PROGRAMS COMMISSIONED SEMI-COMMISSIONED IN HOUSE PRODUCTION
  13. 13.  Telecast fee fixed for a slot – to be paid by producer FCT (Free Commercial time) Marketing done by Producer Occasionally, producer underwrites the program to a marketing agency.
  14. 14.  Entire shooting outsourced to a private production house Budget fixed per episode Program assessed on the basis of TRP (Television Rating Points) Marketing done by the channel
  15. 15.  Partly outsourced to private production houses Budget for producer’s component fixed Program assessed on basis of TRP Marketing done by the channel.
  16. 16.  Technicians and makers are paid a remuneration directly by the channel Usually attempted with concepts that have already been successful
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