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Media Economics Study Prominence and Relevance in India

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Evolution of economic thought propagated different theories to understand the money management and its subsequent measures so as to fill demand and supply. The economics horizon broadens to study micro and macro aspects of each industry. Now mass media emerge as industry, delivering goods and services to the consumers. As mass media have expanded and given scope to many key players to enter into this industry to take part in pivotal role like content creators, exhibitors and distributors. Media priorities and agendas are incessantly changing to the tune of the market requirements. Each media industry is working out to produce content with low investment and gain profit out of it. Any change in the regulation policy and technologies may affect the economic process of the media industry. This article laid emphasis on the importance of media industry, scope for research, prospects and challenges of micro and macro characteristics of media industry in India.

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Shameer, S. (2015) Media Economics Study Prominence and Relevance in India. Social Networking, 4, 112-118. doi: 10.4236/sn.2015.44013.

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