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  • 1. THE ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR [MOVIES & MULTIPLEXES]
  • 2. THE ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR [MOVIES & MULTIPLEXES]
  • 3. GLOBAL SNAPSHOT
  • 4. (2010 – 2011)The global economy begin to recover from itssteep decline in 2009.• The recovery of overall E&M spending. It rose by 4.6 percent .• Over the next five years , Price Water House Coopers forecast that aggregate E&M global spending will rise to $1.9 trillion in 2015.• There is a accelerating shift of spending from traditional to digital platforms.
  • 5. INDIA VIEW
  • 6. • The rising rate of investments, by the private sector and foreign media and entertainment (M&E) majors have improved Indias entertainment infrastructure to a great extent.• Producing more than 1,000 films yearly, India is the largest producer of films in the world and there are over 500 Television (TV) channels in the country.
  • 7. Film Entertainment Largest in the Resulted in world in terms of Foreign success of Nation’s over 1000 films Investment multiplex industry produced per year FICCI-KPMG values 500 television the industry at channels $2.11 BillionFICCI – Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
  • 8. GLOBAL MOVIEMAKERS
  • 9. INDIAN MOVIE MAKERS
  • 10. MULTIPLEXES
  • 11. Multiplexes V/S SINGLE SCREENS V/S• CHOICE A FACTOR; multiplexes MORE CHOICE THAN SINGLE SCREEN• EXPERIENCE- ITS ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE• BETTER QUALITY INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SCREENING• MORE SECURE; SECURITY AN ISSUE IN SINGLE SCREENS
  • 12. 24 HRSGame changerTHE DEBATE
  • 13. THE DEBATE Topics1. Hollywood Movies VS Bollywood Movies 2.Rajnikanth Robot VS Sharukh Khans Ra ONE
  • 14. MEGA ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY SNAPSHOT
  • 15. Reliance Big Entertainment Internet & New Media Broadcasting • BIGFlix.com • BIG 92.7 FM • BIGADDA.com • BIG Broadcasting • Zapak • Others • Jump Games Film Entertainment - BIG Street • BIG Pictures - BIG Live • BIG Cinemas - BIG Reach • Adlabs - BIG Events • BIG Animation • BIG Music & Video • BIG ND Studio • BIG Synergy • BIGOYE.com
  • 16. CAREER PEEP
  • 17. Types of Jobs Job opportunities are available with film and television production companies, distribution companies, Movie related event management, Celebrity management companies and multiplex companies, etc.Key areas• Animation• Film Production Companies• Television• Event Management• Acting
  • 18. Online Film Reviewers Film show host Film News reporters Movie Director Editors And sub title expertsMovie promotion JOBrelatedEvent managers TITLES Marketing role in multiplexes and distrbution Scriptwriters Behind the scenes- Technical roles in Light, sound etc
  • 19. Required Skills and Traits Dynamic sectors which varies considerably, requires agile and flexible depending fundamentally people on the nature of the work confident and pleasing Physical stamina will be personality, patience, an added advantage for teamwork and excellent jobs like film production communication skills units for light, sound etc Editing and subtitling Sincere hard working requires extraordinary capability at multiplexes command over language, due to intense attention to grammar and competition an eye for detail
  • 20. Prime People
  • 21. JAMES CAMERON
  • 22. RONNIE SCREWALA
  • 23. AD FACTORVolkswagen Touareg – RA ONE Who paid whom ?Download Link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpw4HWz moZ4