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Ficci Frames 2018: Smriti Irani for highlighting M&E's economic importance

MUMBAI: Even as the Indian media and entertainment (M&E) sector is projected to cross $31 billion by 2020, Minister for Information and Broadcasting (MIB) Smriti Irani said yesterday it is imperative that the country as a whole projected the economic value that the industry lends to the country...

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PFL reports growth in operating revenue

Integrated media services player Prime Focus Ltd (PFL) reported 20 per cent year-on-year (yoy) growth in operating revenue at Rs 609.61 crore for the quarter ended 31 December 2017 (Q3 2018, quarter, the quarter under review) as compared with Rs 508.03 crore for the corresponding year ago quarter (...

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Industry holds bright outlook for budget 2018

MUMBAI: With the D-Day already here, the media and entertainment industry is keeping its fingers crossed after a difficult year that bore the full brunt of the introduction of GST. With things settling and the general elections not too far away, a more populist budget is expected from FM Arun...

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Guest Column: M&E sector pins hopes on a developmental budget

The market size of the Indian media and entertainment (M&E) sector is estimated to be in excess of USD 20 billion. India has more than 180 million television households and approximately 900 television channels (including news and current affairs). The country also produces the highest number...

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Govt extends support to M&E sector in fighting digital piracy

NEW DELHI: The government of India yesterday stressed that it stood alongside the media and entertainment (M&E) industry in fighting digital piracy to safeguard loss of revenue and ease norms for doing business, while CII entertainment committee head and Viacom18 group CEO Sudhanshu Vats.

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