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India Digital Broadcasting Market Analysis by Netscribes Most Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

03 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The transition of the mass market from analogue to digital poses a major challenge to the players as the government mandates to digitize the entire cable network by 2014-end. Newer modes of content delivery like IPTV and mobile TV look at increasing their foothold as the sector holds itself up for rapid growth in this domain.

The key drivers helping the sector to prosper are emerging middle class and rising disposable income, increase in television and radio penetration, complete digitization of TV services and increase in sale of LCD and LED TVs. However, factors like high costs involved in digital conversion and shortage of set top boxes could be a hindrance to the market growth.

New market research report “Digital Broadcasting Market in India 2012” elaborated by Netscribes has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Digital Broadcasting Market in India 2012
Published: April, 2012
Pages: 80
Price: US$ 795,00

The report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and growth of the digital broadcasting market globally, with a special focus on India. It discusses five distinct components that use digital content – digital cable TV, DTH, IPTV, mobile TV and digital radio, along with the description as well as market size and growth of each of these individual segments.

The study also features key market drivers, challenges and trends, talks about the government participation in the sector, offers a competitive landscape of the players by providing their financials and key financial ratios. The research is supplemented with strategic recommendations comprising an analysis of the growth strategies of the digital broadcasting market in India.

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Netscribes page.


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