Technology Paving the Way for Television Industry Worldwide: Ken Research
Posted on 30 March 2017 by KenResearch Consumer Products and Retail,
KEN RESEARCH has recently announced latest publication on “Global Television Industry Situation and Prospects Research 2017” which provide detailed information television market trends and outlook. The report includes market size, competition, developments, technological advancements and future outlook.
Regions Covered in the Report:
- United States,
- China and
- Other regions
In television industry the investment is generally feasible for the new innovative projects making it ideal source of information for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, customers, investors and individuals who have interest in this market. It is well equipped with the statistics to make the information more reliable.
The Indian media and entertainment industry is considered to be a sunrise sector of the economy which is growing at a very high pace because of the rising demand of the customers and revenues of advertising is also increasing.
India television world is divided into three domains:
- Television broadcasting
- Cable services
- Satellite services
The global economy is showing a sluggish growth which is supported by the feeble pace of global investment , dwindling world trade growth , flagging productivity growth and the high level of debts
According to the sources, India is having the third largest household globally, second to china and US however, still digital penetration in India is very low if compared to other countries like Finland, Spain, UK, and Saudi Arabia.
Socially the progress is impeding towards the sustainable development goals (SDGs), particularly the goal of eradicating extreme poverty and creating decent work for all.
Television industry is growing at a very fast rate considering the demand of customers and the development of the products due to the dynamic demands of the customers. Television industry is already developed in the emerged countries but is still developing in the emerging countries.
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