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Regulations for the Indian Broadcasting Industry

Guidelines and Regulations Regarding FDI and Digital Addressable System Critical for the Growth of Television Services in India

  • Research Code : 9AC1-00-04-00-00
  • SKU : EM00015-SA-MR_01374
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  • Release Date : 12-Sep-2014
  • Region : South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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This market insight provides an overview of the broadcast ecosystem in India, and the important rules and regulations prescribed by the government. It also includes the list of important industry associations, media networks, leading cable multisystem operators, DTH operators, and IPTV providers. This insight serves as a reference guide for international manufacturers and industry participants on the broadcast landscape in India and their regulations. Recent regulatory mandates have helped in driving digitization and FDI in the media sector in the country.

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