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The country's media and entertainment sector, presently valued at close to $18 billion, could reach $100 bn in the near future & is considered to be a sunrise sector for the Indian Economy . . .




Film and Media Studies examines a vitally important aspect of visual culture in the 20th and 21st centuries, namely the development of film, television, radio, and other electronic media as aesthetic and cultural forms. As our national and international cultures are become increasingly dominated by visual culture, we acknowledge the need to study those forms that provide our chief sources of entertainment and information. This need speaks to our desire to become critical viewers, knowledgeable in the history of the most popular art forms of our century and possessing the analytical skills to understand and interpret visual forms of expression. As the so called seventh art, film has often been viewed as a synthetic art form that combines elements of several other kinds of creative expression.


Exciting new developments in the technologies used in Media And Entertainment industry are taking place. Animations, multiplexes, new distribution channels, the use of Internet, are redefining the entertainment industry. Convergence between entertainment, information and telecommunication is increasingly impacting overall media and entertainment industry. Significant advancement in media devices over the last decade ensures that the same content can now be accessed on a variety of media platforms. With increasing importance of new media along with customers increasingly adapting their preferences to the new media devices and technologies, the media and entertainment sector certainly is marching towards new horizons of growth.


India’s entertainment economy is growing rapidly, and the world is taking note. The country is among the world’s youngest nations, with more than half a billion people under the age of 25. With favorable demographics and a rise in disposable incomes, the propensity to spend on leisure and entertainment is growing faster than the economy itself. The Indian media and entertainment (M&E) industry now finds itself at a new inflection point — digital media. With more than 600 television channels, 100 million pay-TV households, 70,000 newspapers and 1,000 films produced annually, India’s vibrant media and entertainment (M&E) industry provides attractive growth opportunities for global corporations.


Digitization of content and platforms, redefinition of prevalent business models, globalization of the M&E industry, relatively easier access to capital and the emergence of multiple entertainment options have been some of the key trends that are shaping the M&E industry in India. Currently there is a serious dearth in the number of talented professionals in the industry and to bridge the gap between supply and demand a large number of qualified media professional is the need of the hour.



Print &

TV Journalism

Anchoring &

News Reading

Media & Entertainment


Advertising & Creative

Brand Communications

ACTING Film Making & Cinematography Fashion & Textile Designing


Know What They are Saying About India


“Today, India is one of News Corp's most successful emerging markets. The company's Star TV network broadcasts 19 channels in eight languages, reaching more than 226 million homes.”

James Murdoch Chairman & Chief Executive, News Corp_Europe & Asia


“In India, we are looking at a country with over 1 billion people... Our English language films reach just a small percentage of that population.

We would like the Warner Bros banner be seen by one billion people in India. And then there is the Indian Diaspora.”
Richard Fox, 
Executive Vice President of Warner Bros International


“The most promising industry [in India] is the media & entertainment industry.

Gary Sum, Chairman & CEO, Swiss Capital Asia


“For Turner and Warner Bros, India is a must go market. Whatever the mood of the country, people want entertainment.

Monica Tata, Turner International India DGM &VP entertainment, South Asia


“We, at Sony Pictures, recognize the potential of the Indian market and welcome the opportunity to team up with the film industry in India.”
Michael Lynton, 
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, SPE


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