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India Media and Entertainment Industry 2013

NEW YORK, Dec. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

India Media and Entertainment Industry 2013

This is the most in-depth report on the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry currently available prepared by a combination of International and Indian researchers who know the market inside and out. If you're a media owner looking to enter the Indian market or need to keep abreast of key changes and developments, this is the report you need to keep you up-to-date in this fast moving, rapidly growing market.

This Report dives the Indian macro economy, and provides a thorough overview of the media landscape in India. The report outlines who the important foreign and domestic players are, will show you what competitors are doing and also identify potential partners (see companies covered for more detail).

The Report provides analysis of the current market conditions and growth forecasts out to 2016 and in some cases 2025; useful in helping you ascertain which areas represent most opportunity.

Areas covered include:

- Macro-Economic Overview and Trends
- Television, Print, Digital Media, Radio, and B2B (including events, Healthcare, Infrastructure, Environment, Education, Travel, Civil Aviation and Automotive) industries
- M&A, PE, VC across various sectors
- Advertising, consumer behaviour, People and Demographics
- Share of Average Household Consumption
- Major players across all of the above sectors
- Key challenges and outlook (to 2016 and beyond)
- Regulatory Environment, FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) policies
- Mobile and Internet adoption
- See table of contents for full listing

Many media companies have bought this complete report from East West Information Services to help with market entry strategy and due diligence in the Indian media market.

Executive Summary

a) The macro-economic outlook

India is the world's second most populous country with a little over 1.2 billion people and is already ranked 3rd in terms of its PPP ranking, representing around 2.98% of world GDP in 2012. By 2030, India will almost certainly be the world's third largest economy in absolute terms, also. (By 2050, some would predict that it will be the largest).

But this is a market which has remained largely closed to foreign media companies until relatively recently when, in 1991, the cumulative impact of past policies and changing world economic trends meant that India faced a severe foreign exchange crisis. The government moved then to remove some of the regulations governing investment, including many although not all restrictions on foreign investment. This trend has continued, with planned changes to restrictions within the retail sector among the latest developments. The pace of foreign investment is now accelerating.

Despite the recent slowdown in the Indian economy, we are convinced that the fundamentals remain strong and that the country will return to significant growth.

India is not immune to the economic difficulties in the west, although given its growing domestic consumption, it is perhaps more resilient than other nations. The government has to some extent engineered the slowdown to combat inflation and that is showing success and can soon be relaxed. The government has also been criticised for a lack of decisiveness and it is true that there appears to be a power-vacuum at present, which will probably not be solved until after the next general election (due in 2014, but possibly even sooner). Thankfully, India has always been a nation of entrepreneurs and they will continue to drive India's growth, in spite of government bureaucracy and indecision. (If China's growth is 'planned and top-down', India's will inevitably remain more bottom-up.)

In terms of the fundamentals….bear in mind that whilst the populations of the west are increasingly ageing and mostly suffer from excessive debt and unaffordable long-term commitments, India has a population of 550 million people under the age of 25, education levels are rising rapidly, a high proportion of young Indian are highly tech- savvy and personal and government debt are low.

People and Demographics – Growing Middle Class

The Government of India defines the middle class as the mid socioeconomic class (SEC C). The National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER) defines the Indian middle class as those whose annual household income falls in the income group of $4,000-$21,000. It comprises people who are employed at clerical or supervisory levels, skilled workers, petty traders or shop owners. The purchasing power of the middle class is increasing rapidly, with considerable potential to grow further still. Armed with increased disposable income, their spending on various products has also increased, most rapidly, as you would expect, on discretionary items

Mobile phone handsets provide a good example. The highest percentage of mobile ownership is among the Indian middle class; according to TGI India, 42% of all mobile phone owners in the country are in this socio-demographic group, representing more than 330 million consumers. Mobile will transform the fortunes of many industries in India, including, of course, the media and entertainment industry.

Real household disposable income has more than doubled since 1985. In the next decade, the middle class will be the dominant section of the Indian population

The change in consumption from necessities to discretionary items mirrors the pattern of developed economies, but at an accelerated pace. Commodities such as cars and air-conditioners, which were in the past considered luxury items, are now considered 'necessities'. In fact, small car ownership in India has grown at a compound annual growth rate of 12.7 percent for the period 2004-05 to 2010-11.

Other industries have also followed the history of western economies. For instance, in the case of apparels the tradition of buying tailored shirts has been replaced by a rising demand for ready-made shirts. The movement from disorganized to organized industrial models is transforming every part of society, from branding and advertising, to supply chains.

Impact of the rising middle class on economic growth

The rise in per capita income of the growing middle class will further propel urbanization.
According to McKinsey & Company, in 2005, around 53 percent of the consumption was in the rural area but by 2025, 62 percent of the consumption will be in the urban area. This will lead to development of the smaller cities, which are now growing at a very fast pace. These cities will host a large number of the middle class and by 2025 around two-thirds of the Indian middle class will be outside the big metro cities like Delhi and Mumbai.

The use of financial services by the middle class is likely to give a push to the growing trends of retail banking and credit card usage. The middle class will also demand better healthcare and education services with a willingness to pay, creating opportunities for the commercial sector

Their discretionary expenditure on recreation activities, leisure travel, and entertainment and luxury items will increase. As income increases, the middle class will not only diversify their consumption baskets, but will demand better quality of and innovation in the products they purchase.

b) The Media Economy

The Indian E&M industry, with revenues of about USD 17.2 billion in 2011, is set to grow robustly over the next few years on the back of steady macro-economic growth, rising spending power and positive demographic indicators. The industry revenues are expected to reach USD 37.6 billion by 2016, with a CAGR of about 17% from 2012 to 2016.

Currently, India is only the 14th largest E&M market in the world with industry revenues contributing about 1% of its GDP.

Indians between the age group of 18-26 are more tech savvy and spend more time on the internet than any other media, as well as being the highest consumers of media, in general

We are confident that the media economy will remain in high growth, beyond the overall economy. There are two main drivers: Growing literacy and slightly improved affluence in the rural areas and smaller cities, above subsistence levels, mean that the market for newspapers and regional language media continues to be robust and will show growth for many years. Simultaneously, among India's middle class, digitisation in TV, an increase in the number of FM licenses in radio, and the growth of smart phones and broadband connectivity, all mean that the media revolution experienced in the west during the past few decades is now being experienced in India, too, but within a compressed timescale.

The fundamental social change affecting all consumer media is the focus on self-improvement, which will last for at least a generation from now. Simultaneously, growth in income levels is driving expenditure on homes, travel, cars and other needs beyond the most basic and increase in leisure time is driving interest in hobbies and other interests beyond the work-related.

The change affecting B2B media is the transformation of India's business structures, from fragmented to organized.
We believe that there are two big questions concerning India's media development, of importance to the higher SEC groups and of principle concern to international investors:
- What impact will digital transition have on TV economics….both the transition of cable to digital set-top boxes and the growth of DTH?
- At what pace can the roll-out of smart phones be anticipated, with either wi-fi connectivity, or 3G/4G subscriptions?

We believe that the answer to both is that over the period of the next decade, these drivers will utterly transform the media sector in India. Neither impact will be instantaneous or follow a straight line. But the correct attitude to the market at this point is to become sufficiently engaged to understand the market and the changes taking place.

Potential Game Changers

Advertising Spends: Television and print dominate the advertising segment in India, with over 80% share of revenue. Digital advertising spend will now rapidly accelerate in absolute terms and proportionately.

Advertising Spends for Television: Television advertising will also increase at pace.The television audience in the country has been on a high growth path, enabling advertisers to reach out to a larger segment of the Indian population. As a result, advertising budget allocation has slowly shifted its focus from other advertising media to this platform. Limited data about the specialist audiences different channels provide has held the medium back from its full potential and will be corrected.

Consumer Spends: Consumers will remain reluctant to pay high prices for content – a strongly ingrained cultural phenomenon. However, rising disposable incomes will lead to some growth in expenditure on TV and mobile subscriptions. There will also be an increasing willingness among the affluent to spend on media perceived as luxury items, such as glossy magazines.

Increasing penetration of Cable and satellite television: While the existing penetration of cable and satellite television is around 83% of television households, there exists a sizeable disparity between different states. For example, locations such as Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore have cable & satellite television reaching more than 90% of total television households, while states like Orissa and Assam have a relatively lower penetration, with a potential for significant growth. This, coupled with the rising popularity of multi-television households indicates that a penetration potential is even much higher.

Digitization of Media Delivery: The digitization of cable networks will help deliver high quality content to Indian viewers and also reduce the incidence of value leakage from the industry. Further, the number of channels delivered to consumers will increase substantially. Digitization will also help drive the uptake of HD channels and value-added- services such as pay-per-view (e.g., movies), encouraging higher consumer spend and delivering higher profitability to broadcasters.

Driving Internet penetration: Internet penetration in India is around 7%, but growing at a very fast pace in India. Infrastructural development in rural areas will help internet to reach to every part of India.

Mobile induced transformation: Increasing mobile and internet penetration is expected to positively impact digital media. Affordable broadband service combined with user comfort is likely to result in shift towards digital medium.

The need for quality information by business: The dramatic change to the structures of almost all industries within India, will make the B2B media sector one of the highest growth. The sharp rise in domestic consumption and the resultant pick up in manufacturing and services industry activity has attracted many overseas corporations to look at India for marketing, partnership and sourcing. B2B events and conferences have provided these players – both foreign and local – a platform to understand and evaluate the market opportunities and market participants better.

Regulatory and Policy Support: Significant policy initiatives such as the liberalizing of FDI have already been taken by the government to facilitate faster growth of E&M sector. Mandatory digitization is a key policy measure which is expected to improve the TV sector's profitability and aid growth in the long term. Lot needs to be done by the government in terms of bringing clarity in its regulatory policies. Policy makers' inordinate delay in policy announcement and failure to adhere to implementation timelines are some of the areas which continue to frustrate. But despite many drawbacks, India has many positives and assurances to offer: a vibrant democracy and a very active judiciary system.

This report contains is a combination of four separate reports with additional commentary and M&A, VC, PE deal coverage. The individual reports can be viewed through the links below.
1. Executive Summary 08
a) The Macro-Economic Outlook 08
People and Demographics - Growing Middle Classes

b) The Media Economy 09

2. Macro-Economic Overview 12
a) Overview 12

b) The Indian Consumer Landscape 17

Share of Average Household Consumption
Four Key Segments
Composition of Consumption Expenditure Across Segments
Future Outlook

3. The Indian Television Industry 26
a) Executive Summary 26
Television Channels (Broadcasters)
Content & Rights

b) Macro Market View 28

c) Distribution: DTH and Cable 32
Overview DTH (Distribution - Satellite/Direct to Home)
En Route to Digitization: Trends, Concerns and Challenges
Key Players
Indian Television Industry - Stakeholder Revenue Chain

d) Television Channels 38

e) Content Production 42
Overview Key Players

f) Regulatory Implications 48
Multi-Service Operators (Cable Distribution Companies)
Local Cable Operators (Lcos)

4. The Indian Print Industry 50
a) Executive Summary 50

b) Macro Trends 52

c) English Versus Vernacular New Daily Publications 55

d) Revenue Share by Category 56
Advertisement Revenues
Circulation Revenues

e) Growth Outlook 59 Rising literacy to add more readers Regional Power Shift Localization of content
Players go Pan India, not content with regional leadership
High cover prices
Expanding reach with the help of regional languages Digital rehash

f) Key Challenges and Issues 63
High cost and volatility of newsprint prices
Limited talent availability
Fragmented industry
FDI investment Cap Impact of new wages bill

g) Evolving Business Models and Digital Developments 65
Brand Activation
Advertiser-Print Media Barter (Stake for Space)
Cross-Media Platform
Online Subscription

5. The Indian Digital Media Industry 66
a) Executive Summary 66

b) The Internet Infrastructure in India 66
Key Drivers
Mobile Telephony

c) Consumer profile and behavior 76
India Internet Consumption & Behavior

d) Digital market sub sectors summary 84
Commerce and Transaction
Mobile advertising Mobile Applications
Factors driving growth in mobile apps
Overall digital prospects and development
Key Challenges

e) Key verticals and major players 94 Consumer Digital – Segmentation
Growth of India's Top Social networking Sites
Usage of India's Top Social networking Sites
Content & Entertainment

f) Appendix – Detail on Digital Advertising 102

6. The Indian Radio Industry 106
a) Overview 106
Market Developments

b) Major Private FM Operators 109

c) Key Challenges and Future Outlook 109
Future Outlook

7. The Indian B2B Media Industry 112
a) Overview 112
Architecture, Construction, Engineering (Ace) and Construction Equipment
B2B Media Presence
Civil Aviation
Education Services
Environment, Water
Healthcare & Medical Equipment
Infrastructure (Roads, Ports, Railways)
Travel & Tourism Automotive Industry

b) B2B Magazines Market 123
Ad Revenue Vs Circulation Revenue
Future Outlook and Growth
Factors contributing to the growth of the B2B publishing market
Key Challenges In The B2B Publishing Market
Key Trends

c) The B2B Events Market 130
Events Classification
Company Profile Event Management Companies
Key Venues Profile
Tax Implications

d) B2B Digital Media Market 142
Ad Revenue Vs Subscription Revenue
Cost Break Up
E-Commerce Trade Directories & Info Services

8. Mergers & Acquisitions (last 2 years) 148
Print Industry
B2B Industry
Television & Film Industry
Digital Industry
Events Industry
Radio Industry

9. PE&VC – M&E (last 2 years) 151

10. Key Player Summaries 152
Media Conglomerate 153
Television Industry
Media networks
Studio Entertainment
TV Content Distributors
Print Industry
Digital Industry
The Global Digital Industry behemoths in India
Other Digital Media companies
Major Indian Players

Indian Digital Media Companies – Part Of Large Media Conglomerate 178
Revenue Model
B2B Companies
India Express Group

11. FDI Policy for Media 191
Print Industry

12. Market Pulse (Quarterly) - Available via separate subscription

Companies mentioned

9.9 Media
9.9 Mediaworx
ACL Wireless
ADAG Group
Aditya Birla Group
Adlabs Radio
Alcatel Lucent, Ericsson and Huawei
Altruist Technologies
Amagi Media Labs
Amar Chitra Katha
Amazon India
Amazon Transportation Services Private Limited (ATSPL)
Anand Bazar
Ananda Bazar Patrika (ABP) Group
Anandabazar Patrika
Angel Agritech Group of Companies
Angel Cinevision and Media
Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group
Apalya Technologies
Apalya TV
Arasu cable
Arclights Eventz
Asapp Media
Ascra technologies
Ashok Leyland
Augere Wireless
Avitel Post Studioz
Axe Angels Club
Axis Bank
B4U Network Television
BAG Films and Media
BAG Infotainment
Balaji Telefilms
BCCL Group
Bennett Coleman and Co (BCCL)
Bennett, Coleman and Company Limited AKA The Times Group
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)
Bharti Airtel
Bharti Airtel group
Bharti Enterprises
BIG Synergy
Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)
British Sky Broadcasting
Broadband Pacenet
Burda Druck GmbH
Business Infotech Pvt. Ltd.
CanvasM (A Motorola - Tech Mahindra JV)
Caufield & Byers
Cepha Imaging
CHEMTECH Foundation
Chennai Trade Centre
Cinemax India
Comviva Technologies
Conception Events & Entertainment Pvt Ltd.
Council of Architects (COA)
CraftWorld Events
Cream Events
CyberMedia Services
Dainik Bhaskar
Dainik Bhaskar Corp.
Dainik Bhaskar School for Media Education (DBSME)
Dainik Jagran
Dainik Jagran Group
DataWind Ltd
DataWind Technologies
DB Corp
Deccan Chronicle
Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, Chennai, Kolkata, Coimbatore, Tiruchi,

Thiruvananthapuram, Visakhapatnam, Port Blair, Mangalore, Agatti, Pune Airports
DEN Networks
Department of Higher Education
Department of Road Transport and Highways
Digicable Network
Diligent Media
Dilithium Networks
Discovery Communications India
Disney Interactive Media Group (DIMG)
Disney publishing
Disney Publishing Worldwide (Dpw)
Disney-UTV Digital
Divya Prabhat Publications
DSP Blackrock
E-Commerce Portals
Educomp solution
Edumedia India Pvt Ltd
EFY group
Elephant Capital
Endemol India
Eros International
Eros international Media
Essel Group
Everonn Systems
Exhibition India Group.
Expedia Inc.
Express Group
Express Group Business Publications Division (BPD)
F5 Networks
Financial Times
Firefly e-Ventures
Flipkrt, OLX
France Telecom
Future Publishing Limited
Future Ventures
Gemini New Media Ventures
Gingersoft Media Pvt. Ltd.
Global Media Management LLC
Golden Goenka Fincorp
Google India
Government of India (GOI)
Hannover Milan Fairs
Hathway Cable
Hathway Cable & Datacom
HCL, Karbonn, Micromax, iBall, Micromax
Headland Capital Partners,
Helion Ventures
Hero Motocorp
Hindustan Media Ventures Ltd (HMVL)
Hindustan Times
HSBC Principal Investments
HSBC Private Equity (Asia) Ltd
HT Burda Media Ltd.
HT Media
HT Media Limited
HT Media Ltd
Human Resources and Development ministry
Hungama Digital
Hungama Mobile
Hyundai and
I Media Corp
I media corp ltd. (IMCL) – Part of the Dainik Bhaskar Group
i9 Media
iAds & Events
iBiquity Digital Corporation
IBN Live
Icreon technologies
IIT Bombay
Imagine Showbiz
Index Furniture
India Today
India Today Group Digital – part of the India Today Group
India Today Group/living Media
Indian Institute of Management (IIM)
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
Indian Readership Survey (IRS)
Indian Readership Survey(IRS)
IndusInd Media & Communication
Infomedia 18
Infomedia Publishing
Intel Capital
Inter Ads
International Typesetting and Composition (ITC)
Intersolar Exhibition
Investment Commission of India
INX News
ISRO Indian Space Research Organisation
ITPO (India Trade Promotion Organisation)
ITV Media
J9 Ventures
Jagran Prakashan
Jagran Prakashan Group
Jasubhai Media
JMD Telefilms
Journal Registry Co.
Jungle Book untold stories
JV Media Pro
Kae Capital
KAL Cables (Sumangali)
Kal Radio, South Asia
Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP)
Kingdom of Dreams
Kleiner Perkins
L Capital Asia
Lakheni Publications
lndla Today
Madhyamam Broadcasting Ltd
Malar Publications
Malayalam Manorama
Manaroma group
Maruti Suzuki
Media Content and Communications Pvt Ltd (MCCS)
Micromax, Karbonn, Lava
Mid-Day Multimedia
Ministry of Company Affairs
Ministry of Environment and Forest
Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
MMI Online
MMRDA Grounds (BKC) Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC)
Mojo Entertainment
MP Printers
MRUC (Media Research Users Council)
MSM Discovery Pvt. Ltd.
Multi Screen Media
Multi Screen Media (Sony Entertainment Television),
Multi -screen media limited
Multi Screen Media Pvt. Ltd.
Mumbai Angels
Music Brodcast
Nadathur Holdings
Navi Mumbai, Goa, Durgapur, Kannur, Saras Greenfield airports approved
Navneet Publications
Neo Sports
network 18
Network 18 (E 18)
Network 18 Group
Network Publishing
Network18 Media and Investments
New Delhi Television Limited
New Enterprise Associates (NEA)
News Corp
Next Gen Publishing
Next Gen Publishing Ltd
Nielson's TAM group
Nimbus Communications Group
Nokia Growth Partners
Nokia India
Northgate Technology
NRSC (National Readership Studies Council)
OAP lndla
Oberthur Technologies
Only Much Louder
OnMobile Globa
Packet Shaper
Pantel Technologies
Paramount Films of India
PDA Media
Pepsi India
Percept Limited
Pragati Maidan
Prime Connect
Prime Focus
Prime Focus London
Purple Advertising Services
PVR Cinemas
PVR Leisure
PVR Pictures
QLX Inc.
Qualcomm India
Radio Mid-Day
Reed Business International
Reliance ADA G Entertainment
Reliance BIG TV
Reliance Broadcast Network
Reliance Entertainment
Reliance Industries (RIL)
Reliance Industries Limited
Reliance Medlaworks
Renewable Energy India
RSCI (Readership Studies Council of India)
Sahara Group
Sahara one Media & Entertainment ltd
Samsung Mobile India
Selvel Advertising
Sherpalo Ventures
Shopper Stop
Sistema Shyam Teleservices (MTS India)
SMS Gupshup - Webaroo Technology India
Sony (India)
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Sony Pictures Television
Sphere Origins
Spice Digital
SpotOn Media
Sri Adhikari Brothers
STAR DEN Media Services
Star Den Networks
Star India
Star India Pvt. Ltd. (SIPL)
Star Network/ News Corp.
STARIndia Pvt. Ltd. (STAR)
Sun Network
SUN Network Group AKA SUN 18
Sun Network Limited
SUN Tv Network
Sun TV Networks
Sun18 Media Services North Co.
Sun18 Media Services South Co.
Supreme Court of India
Synergy Media
Synergy Media Entertainment
Synergy Media Entertainment (SMEL)
TAM data
TAM Media Research
Tata Docomo
Tata Group
Tata Motors
Tata Teleservices (TTSL)
TDA Group Publication Services
Tech Mahindra
Telisma SA
The Adventures of Vanayu
The Indian Express Group
The Indian Express Limited Group
The One Alliance
The Pure Media
The Times of India
The Times of India Group
The Times of India Group/ BCCL
TheOneAlliance (MSM Discovery)
Tikona Wireless
Times group
Times Internet (TIL)
Times Internet Limited – Part of the Times Group
Times of India
Times of India Group
Trading Gate FZCO
TRAI Telecom Regulatory Authority of India
Trend Micro
TripAdvisor Media Group
Turner International India Pvt Ltd
Turner International Private Limited
TV 18 group
TV Today Network
TVS Capital
U2opia Mobile
UBM Group
UBM TechnologyMedia
UFO Movie!
United Business Media Limited
UTV Ignition
UTV Indiagames
UTV Interactive – Part of the UTV Media Group
UTV Software
UTV Software Communications Ltd
UW Software Communications
ValueFirst Digital Media Company
ValueFirst Messaging Pvt. Ltd.
Velti Plc
Viacom 18
Viacom 18 Media
Videocon Enterprises
Vikatan Televistas
Vodafone Zoozoos
Volkswagen India
Vox Mobili SA
Walmart Labs research
Walt Disney India Company Pvt. Ltd
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (WDSHE)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (India) (WDSMPI)
Walt Disney Television International (India)
Whats On India
Wolters Kluwer Health
World Media Connect LLC
Worldwide Media
Zee Entertainment Enterprises
Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited
Zee Group
Zee Learn
Zee Motion Pictures
Zee Network Enterprise
Zee Turner Limited
Zodius Capital Others

Products mentioned
Nirman Expo
(DenTech China)
20 Sun Network channels
3G India Forum
9XM Happytizers
Aaj Tak
Aaj Tak, Business magazine
Aakash 2
ABC Family
ABP Ananda
ABP Majha
ABP News
Agri Power Expo
Agritex Hyderabad
Airport Cities Exhibition & Conference (ACE)
Airport Internationals
Airtel Digital TV
Alive app
Amar Ujala
Amusement Park
Anand Bazaar Patrika
Anandbazar Patrika
Android 2.2 OS
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Android 4.0 Operating system
Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Android from Google
Android Jelly Bean 4.1.1
Android v4.1.2 Jelly Bean
Animal Planet
Animax (2004) sites
Arm Cortex A5
ASK Network
Asomiya Pratidin
Atom Z2420
Audio Cinema
Auto Monitor
Auto Monitor
AXN (1998)
B4U Music
Bata India Limited
BBC World
Big FM
Bigg Boss (TV Programme)
Bio Spectrum
Biosimilar conference
Blackberry Messenger
Blackberry OS
Bloomberg UTV
BPO India Forum
Business Standard
Business Today
Byond Phablet PIII
C4I2 Summit
Cable TV
Caller Back Ringtone
Cars 2
Cartoon Network
CBS Interactive
Celkon A27
Champion Wtab 705 Talk
Channel V
Chemical World
China International Exhibition & Symposium on Dental Equipment, Technology & Products
Cinema TV
City Bhaskar
CNBC Awaaz
Compack India
Construction and Design
Construction World
Content (Youth Focused, Live Events, Music)
Cortex A5
Cortex A9
Cosmopolitan Indian Edition
Counter India Terror India conference
Cricket Doctor
Cricket Samrrat
CRN ( )
Dabur Uveda
Daily Bhaskar (
Daily Sakal
Daily Thanthi
Dainik Bhaskar (
Dainik Bhaskar mobile short code 54567
Danik Jagran
Danik/Divya Bhaskar
Digital Cinema Systems
Digital Content Distribution
Dil Dosti Dance
Dish TV
Disney Channel (DC)
Disney channels
Disney Channels Worldwide
Disney Cricket
Disney Fairies
Disney Junior
Disney magazines
Disney Nature
Disney Princesses
Disney XD
Disney/Pixar's Up
Ditto TV
Divya Bhaskar
Divya Bhaskar (
Divya Bhaskar (
Divya Marathi (
Divya Marathi (
DJ World Indian edition
Electronic Program Guides
Electronics Bazaar
Energy Business
Energy Expo Surat
Equipment India
ESC India (Embedded Systems Conference)
ESPN-Star Sports
ET Now
ET Now
ETV Bangla
ETV Marathi
ETV Rajastan
Expedia Inc.
Express channel business
Express computer
Express enterprise
Express Group (Express Computer)
Express Healthcare
Express hospitality
Express pharma
Express Technology Sabha -
Express travel world
Fear Factor (Indian version)
Federated Media Publisher
Femina, the lifestyle magazine
Flipkart- LetsBuy
Food Hospitality World
Gemini Comedy
Gemini Movies
General Knowledge Today
Good Times
Google Maps
Google Sense
Google sites
Great India Travel Bazar
Gujarat Samachar
HBO Sony Mix
Heat Treat and Surface Engineering
Hello FM
Hindustan Times
Hockey India league (HIL)
Home Shop18
Hospitality World
HT Mini
Humse Hai Life
Hungama TV
Hydra Vision India
India Today
India Steel
India Today SMS (52424)
India Today Voice (5052424)
Indian Idol
Indian Premier League (IPL)
Indian Railways
Indiatimes 58888
Industrial Expo Surat
Information Week ( )
Infrastructure Excellence Awards
Infrastructure Today
iOS from Apple
Iss Jungle Se Mujhe Bachao (TV Programme)
IT Enabling Green
IT for Manufacturing
Jagran Josh (Education Portal)
Jagran Junction (bilingual blogging site),
Jagran Post (Online News Portal)
Jagran Videos
Jagran Yatra (Travel Information Portal),
Jaya Plus
Jaya TV
Jungle Book
Karbonn Smart A111
Kaun Banega Crorepati (TV Programme)
Khabar, Movies
Khatron Ke Khiladi (TV Programme)
Kiran TV
Komli Media
Lava OS
Love Kiya To Darna Kya
LU60 uplink technology
MAA Music
MacBook Air
Maharashtra Times
Malayala Manorama
Malaysian International Furbiture Fair (MIFF)
Man's World
Media (Diversified)
Media Expo
Media Tech (Local Ads Targeting)
Men's Health Indian Edition
Meri Saheli
Mickey Mouse
Micromax OS
Micromax Smarty A65
Microsoft India Store
Microsoft sites
Mint Luxury Conference
Mirchi Mobile
Mirchi Movies
Mirror for Mumbai
Mobile news alert service – 56388
Modem Medicare
Modern Food Processing
Modern Machine Tools
Modern Packaging and Design
Modern Pharma
Modern Plastics and Polymers
Movies Now
MTS MBlaze
MTS Ultra
Multiplex (ln-mall Entertainment)
My FM (,
My Yahoo!
N pack Today
National Geographic
Navbharat Times
NDTV 24x7
NDTV Active
NDTV India
NDTV Profit, its sub-sites NDTV Profit
NDTV-Good Times
Network 18
Network18 channels
New Sports
News Agency (Financial News)
NEWZ Bangla
Nokia Lumia 920
OK Movies
OMG from Yahoo
Ozone Media
Pirates of the Caribbean 4
Pixar Animation Studios
Post Production Services
Power Generation India & Central Asia
Prabhat Khabar
Pratiyogita Darpan
Prince of Persia
Production (Film TV)
Project 1 Reporter
Project Info
Property World
Pub Matic
Publishing (Comics)
Publishing (Comics)
Punjab Kesari
Qualcomm Scorpion
Radio Audience Measurement (RAM)
Radio City
Radio Dhamaal
Radio GAGA
Radio Mirchi
Radio One
Rajastan Patrika
Red FM
Rediff India
Reliance Big TV
Reliance Netconnect+
Renewable Energy India exhibition (
Rolling Stone Indian edition
Rural Marketing
SAB (2005)
Sacch Ka Saamna (TV Programme)
Sahara One
Saholic. com
Samanya Gyan Darpan
Samara Capital
Sambad Akhon
Samsung Galaxy Grand
Sandhya Times
Sands of Time. Online
Saras Salil
SATTE 2013
SET MAX (MAX) (1999)
SET PIX (2006)
Sin Music
Smart Life
Smart Logistics
Snow White
SOAP net
Soldier Technology
Sony Entertainment Television
Sony Mix
Sony Six
Spice Mobiles
SS Music
Star Ananda
Star Gold
Star Gold
Star Majha
STAR Movies
Star News
Stay Vijay
Storage & Security Forum
Sulekha Ads
SUN Direct
Sun Music
Sun News
Sun TV 18
Sunburn festival
Surya Radio
Symbian OS
Tarun Bharat
Tata Docomo Photon+
Tata Photon+
Tata Sky (JV Tata Group, British Sky Broadcasting)
Technology Premier League - 9.9 media (IT NEXT, CTO Forum)
Techonline India ( )
Ten GolF
Ten HD
TEN Sports
The Bombay Store
The Economic Times
The Hindu
The Incredibles
The Lion King
The Times Food Guide
Times FM
Times Internet
Times Now
Times of India
Times Outdoors
Times Television Network channels (TTN)
Tinker Bell
Top Gear
Touchstone Pictures
TripAdvisor Media Group
USSD technology.
Uttar Banga Sambad
UTV Action
UTV Action Telugu
UTV Bindass
UTV Bloomberg
UTV Mobile Video
UTV Movies
UTV Stars
UTV World Movies
Vh1 (International Music Channel
Viacom18 channels
Videocon A20
Videocon D2H
Videocon Mobiles
Videocon VT71
Vijay Karnataka
Vijaya Karnataka
Virgin vFlash
Virtual CRN - UBM (CRN)
viz. Adithya TV
Wall Street Journal
Walt Disney Animation Studios
Walt Disney Pictures
WatchTime magazine
WEGO Sites
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (Kaun Banega Crorepati)
Wikimedia Foundation Sites
Windows OS
Winnie the Pooh
Wood News
World Didac Expo
Yahoo Movies
Yahoo sites
Yahoo! Answers
Yahoo! Sports
Yahoo-ABC News Network
Yatra Online
YouTube Direct
Zee Business
Zee Cinema
Zee Jagran
Zee News
Zee TV
Zoom TV

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