Our research identifies, analyzes and explains the major issues driving today's business dynamics and shaping tomorrow's marketplace.
|Technology, Media & Telecommunications India Predictions 2014: This publication is released in conjunction with Deloitte’s global TMT Predictions report and presents an India perspective of the key developments, anticipated over next 12-18 months, which are likely to have a significant medium- to long-term impact on companies operating in TMT and TMT-induced developments in other industries in India.|
|TMT India Predictions 2013: Today, the TMT industry is one of the most dynamic industries in India. Advances in technology have resulted in disruptive changes in the way businesses function. From colossal changes caused by digital convergence to a rapidly changing mass media landscape, companies in the TMT sector confront a swiftly changing marketplace.|
|Tech Trends 2012: Our 2012 report shares ten trends grouped into two categories. Each trend is presented with at least two examples of adoption to help show the trend at work. This year, you’ll also find a new section called My Takes, which provide commentary and examples from CIOs, academics and other luminaries about the utility of the trend in business.|
|Digitization & mobility-Next frontier of growth for M&E : Digitization will open new frontiers of opportunities in India and improve regulation footprint, which will facilitate better monetization for the Media & Entertainment (M&E) Industry. Furthermore, cloud and mobility together will give efficiency, reach and cost optimization in the future. Click here to learn more about digitization and mobility and how are they the next frontier of growth for the M&E segment|
|Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Pvt Ltd (DTTIPL) has conducted this study on ‘Economic contribution of the motion picture and television industry in India’ for the Motion Picture Association (MPA). This study assesses the contribution of the motion picture and television industry to the Indian economy, and provides estimates measuring the magnitude of that contribution for FY2013.
The study has been commissioned by Motion Pictures Association of America.
|Single window clearance:Making India easier for filmmakers: Based on our conversations with various stakeholders within the Indian film fraternity as well as a study of Film Commissions in select countries, we envisage that a National Film Commission could augur well for the country. While immediate steps would be to lay out clear rules and regulations and provide an exhaustive information repository, medium term steps would be to provide a single window clearance and a comprehensive database of locations and production facilities. In the long term, the commission could consider offering tax credits and other financial incentives at par with the services of mature Film Commissions around the globe.|
|Media & Entertainment in East India - Bengal: The M&E industry in West Bengal is looking forward to a more buoyant future in terms of growth. Films are looking to increasingly tap the rich treasure trove of Bengali literature. More action in the television distribution space and in radio is anticipated, as both industries experience impacts from regulatory changes.|
|Media & Entertainment in South India: A distinguishing characteristics about the media in South India is a discerning audience. Besides demonstrating high maturity towards technological advancement, the audience has also shown a distinct preference for localized content. The medium’s appeal is further amplified with the advent of new delivery mechanisms and content digitization. Given this new dynamics, this space is growing with momentum as all its stakeholders are increasingly evolving themselves.|
|Dancing to new tunes Our objective through this report is to present a comprehensive picture of the vibrant Media and Entertainment industry (Films, Television, Print, Radio and New media) in South India. The report characterizes strengths, challenges and emerging themes of each sector of the M&E industry.|
|The state of media democracy – India | Changing the game: This is the second edition of The State of the Media Democracy Survey – India (the Survey). The Survey was carried out late 2011/early 2012 and provides a generational ‘reality check’ on consumer preferences, interaction with technology, purchasing trends, response to advertising and a peek into future preferences. This publication contains a snapshot of some of the results of the survey and is presented in a synopsis form containing certain key and unique findings.|
|Telecom:Enabling growth and serving the masses: Over the past decade, Indian telecom industry has witnessed many positive developments.This report aims to discuss the role of telecom in enabling growth of various sectors such as healthcare, banking, education, energy and serving the masses, at large.|
|National Telecom Policy 2011: CII organized Teletech 2012 in association with MITSOT. This year the theme was “NTP 2011: Realizing the vision”. As the exclusive knowledge partner for the conference, Deloitte has prepared the report “NTP 2011: A pragmatic view of the road ahead” which was launched during the event.|