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The entertainment and leisure industry consists of many different segments under its

folds such as television, print, and films. It also includes smaller segments like radio, music,
OOH, animation, gaming and visual effects (VFX) and Internet advertising.
Entertainment Industry in India has registered an explosive growth in last two decades
making it one of the fastest growing industries in India. From a single state owned channel,
Doordarshan in the 1990s there are more than 400 active channels in the country.

Entertainment Industry in India. Indian entertainment industry include music, cable
and satellite television, animation and FM. Entertainment Industry in India comprises of Film
Industry and Television Industry. The Indian entertainment industry is among the fastest
growing sectors in the country. Today there are over 300 national, regional and local channels
being beamed across the country. Indian film industry is the largest film industry in the world,
producing on an average, close to a thousand films a year in all languages.

In terms of employment, an estimated 6 million people earn their livelihood from the
entertainment industry and this number is all set to grow Presently, India has the third largest
television market in the world behind only china and the USA
The entertainment sector split into nine segment
Notable trends in entertainment industry

Television penetration in India is at about 60 per cent and penetration is expected to reach 70
per cent by 2016

The government announced the digitization of cable television in India in four phases, which
would be completed by the end of 2014

The direct-to-home (DTH) subscription is growing rapidly driven by content innovation and
product offerings

The subscription share to the total revenue is expected to grow to 69 per cent by 2016


Considering the huge potential in regional print markets, national advertisers are entering
these markets to increase their advertising share

Increasing income levels and evolving lifestyles have led to robust growth in niche
magazines segment

Increasing literacy levels leading to a rise in the readership base

Growth to be fuelled by multiplex chains, increasing footfalls of consumers and higher quality

Increasing share of Hollywood content in the Indian box office

3D cinema is driving the growth of digital screens in the country

The Indian film industry is largest producer of films globally with 400 production houses and
corporate houses involved in film production
Gaming and

Growing focus on the kids genre and rise in dedicated channels for them

Surge in 3D/HD animated movies in theatres and use of animation and VFX in TV advertising
and gaming

Growing outsourcing of VFX and gaming to India is due to cost effectiveness of Indian players

Content localization such as and ICC World Cup 2011 games

Increasing FM enabled radio phones, mobiles and car music systems

During 2010, there were a total of 245 channels operating across India

Government introduced favorable guidelines for expansion of the 3rd phase of FM radio
broadcasting services, which will bring 294 towns and 839 stations under FM coverage

Liberalization of policy on community radio took place in 2008 which led to 29 community radio
stations getting operational in the country

The Indian music industry is a consortium of 142 music companies

Players are looking at new ways and mediums to monetise music, such as utilising social media
to promote music

Mobile phones, iPods and mp3 players devices that enable music on-the-go are becoming
the primary means to access music

Digital music on mobile continues to drive music industry revenue
Star India Pvt Ltd
Fully owned subsidiary of News Corporation
Portfolio includes 33 channels in seven languages across various categories such as
soaps, reality, news and films
Also manages a portfolio of business ventures including DTH operator Tata Sky, cable
system Hathway, channel distributor STAR Den, news channel operator MCCS, the film
production and distribution business Fox STAR Studios India and STAR CJ Home

Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd
Fully owned subsidiary of Essel Group and first listed media company in India
One of the largest producers and aggregators of Hindi programming in the world
An estimated reach of more than 670 million viewers across 168 countries
Pioneer of television entertainment industry in India; launched Zee TV- the countrys first Hindi
satellite channel
Range of businesses across the value chain in the M&E industry

Multi Screen Media Pvt Ltd
Fully owned subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment
Comprises of Sony Entertainment Television (SET) and SAB, leading Hindi general
entertainment television channels; MAX, a movies and special events channel; and PIX, a channel
that airs Hollywood movies
Its programming spans across various genres including drama, reality, comedy, horror, Bollywood
and live events

Key players in the Entertainment industry - Print
Bennett, Coleman and Co Ltd
Largest media conglomerate in India
Publishes worlds most widely circulated English broadsheet daily The Times of India and
second most widely circulated financial daily Economic Times
Other prominent publications include magazines such as Zigwheels, Filmfare, Femina and Top
Gear and Hindi dailies such as Navbharat Times and Sandhya Times
The group has also diversified into radio and television business

HT Media Ltd
Hindustan Times is the second most widely read newspaper with 3.8 million readers in India
Other prominent publications include the business daily Mint and the Hindi daily Hindustan
The group has also forayed into many adjacent businesses such as print and digital services,
internet, radio, and events and marketing solutions
The companys job portal has over 8.5 million registrations

Living Media India Ltd
India Today and Readers Digest are among Indias most circulated magazines
Other prominent magazine publications include Business Today, Cosmopolitan, Time, Golf Digest,
Design Today, Money Today and The Chartered Accountant
The group has interests in various other businesses such as radio, events, printing, music,
television, education and publishing

Key players in the Entertainment industry - Films
Yash Raj Films Studios
The only privately owned film studio in India
Apart from film production, the company has also expanded into distribution of films and music, home
entertainment, production of television software, ad films, documentaries and private label music
The company launched a youth films studio Y-Films in 2011 to connect with the large young
population of the country

Eros International Media Ltd
Strong distribution network spanning across 50 countries and over 27 dubbed foreign languages
One of the largest content owners in the industry having a film library of over 2600 films, thus
ensuring stable, recurring cash flows
The company is diversifying into Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil and other regional language films to leverage
upon the growing demand for regional cinema

Red Chillies Entertainments Pvt Ltd
Founded in 2002 as a film production house, the company has branched into TV shows and
advertisement, visual effects and multi-media production equipment leasing
Its latest venture ' is Bollywood's most expensive movie and very first Sci-fi movie
It also owns the Kolkata Knight Riders cricket franchise in the Indian Premier League

Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited
About Us

Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited is one of India's leading television, media and
entertainment companies. It is amongst the largest producers and aggregators of Hindi
programming in the world, with an extensive library housing over 1.2 lac+ hours of
television content. With rights to more than 3,500 movie titles from foremost studios and of
iconic film stars, ZEEL houses the world's largest Hindi film library.

The largest producer and aggregator of Hindi programming in the world, with more than 1.2
lac+ hours of original programming in its archives.
One of the most popular entertainment brands in India; was ranked 9th most popular brand
within a decade of its launch.
One of the largest Indian programming content distributors with an estimated reach of
more than 700+ million viewers in over 169 countries including USA, Canada, Europe,
Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Board of Directors
Corporate Governance
1. Subhash Chandra
Non-Executive Chairman

2. Ashok Kurien
Non-Executive Director

3. Dr. Mohammed Y. Khan
Independent Director

4. Lord Gulam K. Noon
Independent Director

5. Prof. R. Vaidyanathan
Independent Director

6. Punit Goenka
Managing Director & CEO
ZEE's CSR Approach
CSR Focus Areas
ZEE has identified Education and Women Empowerment as the focus area under
corporate social responsibility initiatives.

By collaborating with local communities and partner organization ZEE focuses to
address literacy and Gender Equality in Education. This is a more sustainable
program model, which could be extended to over 20 schools in 2014, which would
approximately benefit 5000 children studying in rural government primary schools.
Girls Education:
ZEE has partnered with Room to Read, to support Girls Education in the district of
Jodhpur. Through this program, ZEE will provide educational support to 100 Girls in
higher secondary school along with Life skill trainings. We found only education
support will not help a girl to succeed in her education, a girl needs key decision
making skills to succeed in her life. This program teaches 30 key life skills
competence to Girls in secondary school through a women mentor in community.
Women Empowerment:
The Women's Empowerment Program aims to organize women, build their
capabilities, increase their confidence, and initiate income-generating projects for
creating supplementary livelihood in the community.
About us

The Times Group is Indias largest media conglomerate with its flagship
Bennett, Coleman and Company Limited (BCCL) being the largest publishing
company in India and South-Asia.

Starting off with The Times of India which is now the largest English
publication in the world, BCCL and its subsidiaries (called The Times of India Group),
are present in every existing media platform

Newspapers, Magazines, Books, TV, Radio, Internet, Event Management,
Outdoor Display, Music, Movies and more.

With a turnover exceeding a billion dollars, the group has the support of over
25,000 advertisers, 11,000 employees and an audience spanning across all

The Times Group is India
Chairperson : Indu Jain
Vice-Chairman & MD : Samir Jain
Managing Director : Vineet Jain
Executive Director : Trishla Jain
Executive Director & CEO : Ravindra Dhariwal
Executive Director & COO : Shrijeet Mishra
Executive Director & President : Arunabh Das Sharma
Non Executive Director : A.P. Parigi
Non Executive Director : Kalpana J. Morparia
Non Executive Director : M. Damodaran
Non Executive Director : Leo Puri
Board of Directors
Corporate Governance

About us :

We are part of the Eros International Group. We are a leading global company in the Indian
film entertainment industry, and we co-produce, acquire and distribute Indian language films in
multiple formats worldwide including; theatrical, television syndication & digital platforms. .

Our success is built on the relationships we have cultivated over the past 35 years with leading
talent, production companies, exhibitors and other key participants in our industry. Leveraging
these relationships, we have aggregated rights to over 1,100 films in our library, plus an additional
700 films for which we hold digital rights only.

The group has a distribution network that spans over 50 countries, with offices in India, UK, USA,
Dubai, Australia, Fiji, Isle of Man and Singapore.

In 2006, Eros International Plc, the holding company of the Eros Group, became the first Indian
media company to list on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange.
Eros International Media Ltd
Arjan Lulla
Honorary Life President

Sunil Lulla
Executive Vice Chairman &
Managing Director

Kishore Lulla
Executive Director

Jyoti Deshpande
Executive Director

Vijay Ahuja
Executive Director

Naresh Chandra
Non-Executive Chairman &
Independent Director

Dr. Shankar Nath Acharya
Non-Executive Independent

Dhirendra Swarup
Non-Executive Independent

Executive Director
Non-Executive Director
Board of Directors
Corporate Governance
The Entertainment industry growing rapidly

The entertainment industry is expected to
develop at a CAGR of 15.1 per cent during

The total market size of the entertainment
industry expanded to USD15.1 billion in 2012
from USD9.2 billion in 2006, at a CAGR of 10.9*
per cent

The industry recorded one of the highest
growths in the world in 2010 (11.0 per cent); the
growth in 2012 picked up even further to reach
12.6 per cent

1. The entertainment industry continues to be dominated by the television segment, accounting for
45 per cent of market share in terms of revenues, which is expected to grow further to 51.0 per
cent by 2017E

2. Television, print and films together account for 86 per cent of market share

3. Radio, Animation & VFX, Gaming and Digital advertising are also emerging as fast
growing segments

4. The total market share in terms of revenue is expected to reach 15 per cent by 2017
from 11 per cent in 2012

5. During 201217, these segments are expected to develop at a CAGR of:

Digital advertising (41.6 per cent)

Gaming (28.8 per cent)

Radio (21.2 per cent)

Animation (20.1 per cent)