2014 has been a turning point for the media and entertainment industry in India in many ways. With the current government’s optimistic outlook, business sentiment has been positive and strengthened by a number of growth promoting policy initiatives taken in the recent months.
The building blocks for future growth have been put in place in 2014 by offerings such as; new spectrum for mobile, ongoing digitisation in cable, consolidation in exhibition, and Phase III auctions for radio. India now needs to help ensure flawless and timely execution of these policies. In addition, at a local level, interventions such as speeding up permissions for multiplexes, live events and film shoots, and so on, could go a long way in boosting confidence and growth. With an advertising boost due to the ICC cricket world cup, strong projections for economic growth and a sturdy base of these building blocks, 2015 seems to holds great promise for the industry.
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