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  • 26 -28 February 2018 | Pragati Maidan | New Delhi


    According to KPMG India-FICCI Indian Media and Entertainment Industry Report 2017, the Indian media and entertainment industry, pegged at Rs.1,262 billion in 2016, is expected to reach a figure of Rs.2,419 billion in 2021 at a CAGR of 13.9%. It is estimated that by 2021, television alone will occupy almost half the share (48.1%) of the total revenue from the E & M industry, followed by film (8.5%), radio (1.9%) and music (1.0%) in that order. Growth in the next few years is likely to be backed by trends like Digitisation, Regionalisation, Convergence and Innovation. Specific projections for TV, Films, Radio, Music, OOH, Animation & VFX, Gaming and Digital Advertising are shown in table given below

    Medium 2016 2021P CAGR (2016-2021P)

    TV 588.3 1165.6 14.7%

    Films 142.3 206.6 7.7%

    Radio 22.7 47.8 16.1%

    Music 12.2 25.4 15.8%

    OOH 26.1 45.7 11.8%

    Animation & VFX 59.5 131.7 17.2%

    Gaming 30.8 71.0 18.2%

    Digital Advertising 76.9 294.5 30.8%

    Total incl. Print Media 1262.1 2419.4 13.9%

    Note: All figures are in billion Rupees


    Broadcast Engineering Society (India) is the biggest Society of broadcast professionals in India. Established

    in 1987 with the objective of disseminating knowledge in Radio& TV broadcastingamong engineers and

    scientistsin India, the Society encourages education, research and training in broadcast engineering

    through active cooperation with academic institutions, industry and Govt. The Society works closely with

    leading broadcast organizations in the world including ABU Malaysia, DRM U.K. and SBE U.S.A. The Society

    plays a leading role in inviting experts from different areas of broadcasting to facilitate adoption of new

    technologies in the broadcasting sector in India. The Society is a member of Engineering Council of India.

    The Society has twelve local chapters at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, Guwahati,

    Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune, Jaipur, Thanjavur and Thiruvananthapuram. At the time of going to the

    press, the Society had over 2500 individual members and 50 corporate members on its rolls.

    P Projected

  • 26 -28 February 2018 | Pragati Maidan | New Delhi

    Keeping in mind the expected growth of the broadcasting sector in India, the public service broadcaster Prasar Bharati and private broadcasters have embarked upon an aggressive programme of modernization and expansion of their facilities throughout India. Given below are steps taken by Prasar Bharati to keep itself abreast with progress in this sector

    Doordarshan India, DDI, national broadcaster for TV, has installed 23 DVB T2 transmitters at 19 locations. Tender process for installation of an additional 44 DVB-T2-Lite transmitters is in an advanced stage. DDI has planned for installation of 630 DVB-T2 transmitters throughout the country to digitalize its terrestrial services and switch off analog terrestrial services. The eco-system for reception of DVB-T2 services on multiple receive devices is picking up in the country.

    DDI has upgraded its free-to-air DD free dish DTH Service to 104 TV and 40 radio channels. The platform

    platforms for live streaming and delivery through internet. DDI plans to set up an optical fibre network to inter-connect selected centres in the near future.

    All India Radio, AIR, national broadcaster for radio, proposes to increase its transmitters (MW, SW and FM). One hundred and ninety six (196) new FM transmitters are being procured and an additional 32 SW transmitters are also being replaced. It has also planned to go for complete digitalization and automation of radio studios thereby generating a huge market.

    India is the largest DTH market in the world by number of subscribers. As on 31 December 2016, there were 97.05 million registered DTH subscribers in the country, of whom 62.65 million were active subscribers. The

    market is serviced by 6 pay DTH providers and DDIs

    free dish DTH Service. There are more than 800 TV

    channels in India.

    In FM Phase III, Government of India proposes to set

    up 839 channels in 313 cities. Nearly 4000 community

    radio stations are also likely to be set up in the next

    three years.

    Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), national

    regulator for broadcasting in India, has recommended

    opening of digital terrestrial transmission in India. The

    recommendation is under consideration by Govt. of

    India. Once approved, it is expected to create a huge

    market for TV transmitters and associated equipment

    and systems in India.

    is being further upgraded to carry more than 250 channels in the near future. iCAS system has been implemented in the DTH platform.

    DDI has expanded its HDTV production facility by setting up HDTV studios in Delhi (2 nos.) and Mumbai. Post-production, field production and preview facilities in HDTV format have been set up in 4 metros.

    HDTV OB vans have been provided in Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi.

    Thirtynine (39) TV studio centres of DDI in the country have been fully digitalized recently. All major studio centres originating 23 Satellite TV Channels (6 National, 1 International and 16 regional channels) are planned for migration to HDTV production and tapeless & file-based workflow in near future.

    DDI plans to augment its central archives in Delhi and regional archives shortly and bring in new media

    BES EXPO 2018BES EXPO 2018: Conference & Exhibition on Terrestrial & Satellite Broadcasting is the twenty-fourth in the series of events to be organized by Broadcast Engineering Society (India). The event follows BES EXPO 2017 which was appreciated by exhibitors as well as visitors. Nearly 300 companies from 25 countries displayed their products in BES EXPO 2017 directly or through their dealers and distributors in India. Exhibiting companies included those from Australia, Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, U.K. and U.S.A.

  • 26 -28 February 2018 | Pragati Maidan | New Delhi

    BES EXPO 2018 is open for participation by manufacturers, dealers, distributors and suppliers of products, equipment, systems and services related to terrestrial & satellite broadcasting for Radio and TV as well as studio and post-production, analog as well as digital. Equipment and technology which can be displayed in the expo includes, among others

    BES EXPO 2018 will be held from 26 to 28 Februaryin Halls 7ABC& E, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Pragati Maidan is the most centrally located exhibition venue in Delhi. BES EXPO 2018 will be inaugurated at 10.00 A.M. on 26 February 2018.

    BES EXPO 2018 is expected to be visited by nearly 4,000 engineers, managers, cinematographers, consultants, entrepreneurs and policy and decision-makers from Radio and TV broadcasting organizations as well as studio and post- production units in India. Visit to the exhibition by delegates attending the conference has always been a feature of the exhibition. Last year, nearly 1,000 delegates attended the conference.

    Entry to exhibition is FREE by registration at the expo venue. Entry to conference is by payment of fee.

    BES EXPO 2018 is approved by ITPO and Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Govt. of India, endorsed by DRM, U.K. and supported by Prasar Bharati, Ministry of Communications & IT, Govt. of India, AES India, ABU Malaysia and SBE U.S.A.










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  • 26 -28 February 2018 | Pragati Maidan | New Delhi

    Space in BES EXPO 2018 is available in the following categories:

    Participation fee for space in BES EXPO 2018 in the shell, raw-space & open-space schemes is as follows:

    Category Shell Scheme Raw Space Open Space

    Foreign Companies

    (US$ per sqm)

    Indian Companies

    (Rs. per sqm)


    13,000 12,000 6,000

    330 165



    Shell Scheme: with furniture & fixtures including one table, two chairs, four spot-lights, one plug-point, fascia, one waste-paper basket and carpet for every 9 sqm space taken by exhibitors.

    Raw Space Scheme: with marked space and a point for drawing power. Exhibitors participating in this category are expected to arrange their own furniture and fixtures. Raw space stalls are either two-or three-side open.

    Open Space: for DSNG Vans, dish antenna etc. The standard size of a stall (booth) in the expo is 3m x 3m x 2.5m (9sqm). However, bigger stalls are available as raw-space for exclusive display by a single company details of which can be had from The Expo Coordinator.

    Minimum space that can be booked by a single company in the shell scheme is 9 sqm. Space taken in different catego