Aligning policies and regulatory frameworks with the broader objectives of growth of the M&E sector will unlock its potential and enable the sector to embrace new technologies and business models. A fireside chat with decision makers on transformative policies to boost media & entertainment sector to new heights
The M&E landscape is in transition from convergence to transformation. The M&E growth is predominantly being fuelled by the digital segment with increasing consumption of content over the mobile Internet. The mobile Internet, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are creating a new wave of smart business strategies and modules for the Indian Media & Entertainment sector. This session will look at some of the game changers in the M&E landscape including:
• New narratives of Indian Cinema
• New Storytelling and Soft Power
• Demand for original content across mediums
• Ease of tapping new talent
• Changing Consumer preferences
Despite many efforts put in by the industry and policy makers, piracy has been rampant and a continuing cause of concern of doing business in M&E space. This session will delve on some of the best practices in the area of piracy and copyright and will highlight the key way forward to combat piracy. This session will look at the existing challenges and issues faced by the industry including film, broadcasting, mobile, OTT, content, etc.
A session on how Indian content is crossing borders, finding appreciation and generating revenue globally. Indian content across mediums is now a force to reckon with and we can explore more possibilities of monetization of Indian content.
In addition to traditional media, news is now being consumed through the digital media such as online platforms and apps. The news industry stalwarts will delve on how the changing traditions are impacting the business and scope in the near future. The speakers will present a roadmap for young/ upcoming professionals from the news industry on the importance of social responsibility.
While there is talk of digital boom; Television, Print as well as Radio continue to hold relevance across markets. Even globally where there is surge in digital consumption, TV and other mediums continue to grow. The session looks at changing consumption habits of viewers and how platforms are coping with the change both globally and in India. The panellists in the session deliberate on where the two mediums: TV and digital stand today and the content that works on the two platforms.
Mobile TV is at the forefront of the changing broadcast landscape. Mobile is rapidly expanding the different types of content that people can engage with; new apps and devices are adding greater capabilities in how broadcast can be accessed.