P. 1
media operations

media operations

|Views: 18|Likes:
Publicado porsalilwadhawan

More info:

Published by: salilwadhawan on Sep 13, 2010
Direitos Autorais:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PPT, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

12/19/2011

pdf

text

original

MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

NEWS X

Submitted By: Salil Wadhawan(A1802009358) Vandana Rathore(A1802009043) Talha Ahsan(A1802009044) Tanya Arora(A1802009343)

OPERATIONAL REVOLUTION HIGH DEFINITION
y
y

News X is India's first HDTV ready channel.
High-definition television (or HDTV, or just HD) refers to video having resolution substantially higher than traditional television systems. HD has one or two million pixels per frame, roughly five times that of SD. Early HDTV broadcasting used analog techniques, but today HDTV is digitally broadcast using video compression.

HD videos

y

OPERATIONAL REVOLUTION ON SCREEN GRAPHICS
y The format adopted by the

channel is minimalist onscreen graphics and activity. y A refreshing change from the splurge of animations/graphics which fill more than 50% of the screen on competing channels. y News pace is also smooth and regulated. y The channel is rated the most watched English news channel by TAM.

OPERATIONAL REVOLUTION WEBSITE
y News X website

contains the daily news along with Video Clips and Live Stream Videos on its website. y These news clips and live stream videos are also in HD.

OPERATIONAL REVOLUTION WEBSITE

News X Live Stream

News X Video Clips

OPERATIONAL REVOLUTION
INTERNET TELEVISION
Internet television allows the users to choose the program or the TV show they want to watch from an archive of programs or from a channel directory. The two forms of viewing Internet television are streaming the content directly to a media player or simply downloading the program to the user's computer.

FUTURE OPERATIONAL REVOLUTION INTERACTIVE TELEVISION
Interactive television (generally known as ITV or sometimes as ITV when used as branding) describes a number of techniques that allow viewers to interact with television content as they view it.

DGFT

(RECENT AMENDMENTS)

A. 100% foreign investment allowed subject to:
y All future laws on broadcasting and no claim of any privilege or protection

by virtue of approval accorded. approval.

y No undertaking any broadcasting from Indian soil without Government

B. Satellite Broadcasting
y T.V. Channels irrespective of the ownership or management control to

uplink from India provided they undertake to comply with the broadcast (programme and advertising) code. C. Setting up hardware facilities, such as up linking, HUB, etc.

y Private companies incorporated in India with permissible

FII/NRI/OCB/PIO equity within the limits (as in the case of telecom sector FDI limit up to 49% inclusive of both FDI and portfolio investment) to set up linking hub (teleports) for leasing or hiring out their facilities to broadcasters.

DGFT
D. Cable Network

(RECENT AMENDMENTS)

y Foreign investment allowed up to 49% (inclusive of both FDI and

portfolio investment) of paid up share capital. Companies with minimum 51% of paid up share capital held by Indian citizens are eligible under the Cable Television Network Rules (1994) to provide cable TV services.

E. Direct-to-Home
y Company with a maximum of foreign equity including

FDI/NRI/OCB/FII of 49% would be eligible to obtain DTH License. Within the foreign equity, the FDI component not to exceed 20%.

F. Terrestrial TV
y No private operator is allowed in terrestrial TV transmission.

GOVERNMENT POLICIES
1. Duties, structure/concessions applicable to IT sector to extend to broadcast industry as technology is converging. Exemption from service tax on advertisement revenue similar to that given to print sector. Removal of anomalies on service tax on subscription. Fringe Benefit Tax may be at same level as in pharmaceuticals and computer software industry to give relief to TV news channels. Inclusion of Broadcasting Industry in section 72A of the Income-Tax Act, 1961 to provide for carry over of depreciation and losses incases of merger and acquisition of companies.

2. 3. 4.

5.

GOVERNMENT POLICIES
6. Soft loans may be made available to broadcast industry for digitalization. Creation of national fund for total digitalization/zero percent import duty on equipment import for 5 years/zero percent excise duty for local production. Government of India may recommend to State Governments to have uniform entertainment duty on cable/DTH services. Set up special entertainment zones/TV cities for software production and higher export earnings. GOI to support quality training facilities in universities/institutes around the country for HR development of media/ entertainment industry.

7. 8. 9.

CONTRIBUTION
Salil Wadhawan Operational Revolutions, DGFT,GOVT POLICIES DGFT,GOVT POLICIES

Vandana Rathore

Talha Ahsan

DGFT,GOVT POLICIES

Tanya Arora

DGFT,GOVT POLICIES

You're Reading a Free Preview

Descarregar
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->