There has been a spate of mergers and acquisitions with media firms taking over tech ones or vice versa. What does it mean?
There is simply too much of lean-forward, intense stuff to watch online
Censorship, loss of revenues, violence - can the Indian media and entertainment industry be independent of its fears this August 15?
Allowing outside food or regulating food prices in multiplexes meddles with a competitive market and makes movie-going unsafe
Will Netflix's Sacred Games do for the Indian entertainment industry what Star India's KBC did for TV?
Whether Comcast gets 21st Century Fox or Disney gets it, the game is about to change irrevocably for Star India
If online video wants to be taken seriously, it should learn a few lessons from TV on metrics and monetisation
Raazi and Veere Di Wedding are just two films that have worked. There is nothing more to be read into them
Can the man in charge at the I&B ministry take some decisions to facilitate the growth of Indian media and entertainment?
They have lost a fifth of their audience share in three years
This Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, like most others before it, seems focused on the micro rather than the macro
Deranking fake news sites, starving them of advertising money and media literacy programmes could help tackle the issue better than regulation
Much of the hullabaloo raises questions from the Indian perspective
Films employ 0.24 million people directly and almost three times as many in indirect employment
Because almost half the revenue of the media industry comes from pay; the context exists