• Electronics Consumer Goods
    of communication with the establishment of radio stations, telephone exchanges and wireless communication. During World War II, the technology of wireless communication was developed for military needs and the up-to-date technology was introduced in India. In East Pakistan VHF (very high frequency)...
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  • Management Strategy
    | TABLE OF CONTENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 2 A1) INTRODUCTION 4-5 A2) KEY EXTERNAL FORCES 6-11 A3) IMPORTANCE 12 A4) CONCLUSION 13 B1) INDUSTRIAL ANALYSIS 14-26 B2) IMPORTANCE ...
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  • Indian Broadcasting Industry
    of the Faculty: Dr. Samik Shome Date: 20.03.2013 CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION | 1.1 Television | 1.2 The Indian Print Media | 1.3 Radio | 1.4 Scope Of Study | 1.5 Market Share | 1.5.1 Sony Entertainment Television | 1.5.2 Sahara One | 1.5.3 Zee Tv | 1.5.4 Star Tv | | ...
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  • Micro Max Industry Analysis
    Mobile Industry: Overview The market for mobile phones is increasing at a rapid pace all over the world and emerging country like India is also witnessing a two digit increase in the numbers YoY. It is but natural that many a local and international companies shall be interested in setting their foothold...
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  • Radio Mirchi Project
    INDUSTRY PROFILE The Entertainment and Media industry: Representing an effective facet of consumers in India, the media and entertainment industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. The media and entertainment sector consists of the creation, aggregation and distribution of content...
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  • Effectiveness of Radio Advertisment
    MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT On “A study on effectiveness of radio advertisements (of fm channels tuning in Indore city) in terms of awareness and sales” Submitted to: ...
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  • Role of Community Radio in Community Development
    ROLE OF COMMUNITY RADIO IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT By Saad Ullah Khan Research Scholar, Department of Mass Communication Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 202002,U.P., India Email: saadgeneration84@yahoo.co.in ABSTRACT: India became independent on 15 August 1947.Though, after Independence we achieved...
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  • Rytrytry
    money it shows on your handset. It also symbolises who is more technology savvy, especially youngsters race on getting the latest and most updated model with best features like ... Blue tooth, USB port, in-built camera, video player, music player to swing along with their foot tapping music producing...
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  • Competition in the Mp3 Player Industry
    FORECAST: OUTLOOK AND TRENDS IN DATA 2 3.0 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 3 COMPETITION IN THE MP3 PLAYER INDUSTRY 3 3.1. Rivalry Among Competing Sellers of MP3 Players 4 3.2 Threat of Potential New Entrants into the Manufacturer of MP3 Players 5 3.3 Firms in Other Industries Offering Substitute Products...
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  • Mp3 Player Industry Analysis
    FORECAST: OUTLOOK AND TRENDS IN DATA 2 3.0 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 3 COMPETITION IN THE MP3 PLAYER INDUSTRY 3 3.1. Rivalry Among Competing Sellers of MP3 Players 4 3.2 Threat of Potential New Entrants into the Manufacturer of MP3 Players 5 3.3 Firms in Other Industries Offering Substitute Products...
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  • Buisiness Plan
    Environment Analysis 4 Technological Environment 4 Industry Analysis 4 Marketing Plan 5 Market Research 5 Distribution Decision 7 Critical Success factors: 8 Risk Factors 8 Organizational plan 9 Operation Plan.5 9 Financial Plan 10 Cash Flow projections 10 Executive Summary We are group...
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  • Media Planning Strategies Adopted by Different Organisation
    Ali Moulin Gajjar INDEX Chapter No | Particular | Page No | 1 | Executive summery | 5 | 2 | Introduction About Advertising Industry | 6 | 3 | Types of Advertising | 8 | 4 | Media Planning | 13 | 5 | Step to Media Planning | 20 | 6 | Making the Media Plan | 28 | 7 | Industry Introduction...
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  • Promotion
    Porter’s Five Forces Model:.............................................................................................................. 15 Introduction of Porter Five Forces: ............................................................................................... 15 Porter Five Forces for Chequered...
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  • Fever 104
    our web store from the menu Help/Purchase. Marketing-1 Project: Fever 104 FM Radio Station Table of Contents Fever 104 FM  An Introduction Error: Reference source not found FM Radio Industry in India Error: Reference source not found Objectives Error: Reference source not found ...
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  • Media N Telecom
    to thank Mr. Ashok Ajmera(CEO), Mr. Ankit Ajmera(Director), Mr.Anuj Ajmera(Director) and Mr. Akash Jain (Equity Researcher) for being the driving force and for encouraging to give my best throughout the task. Clearly this would not have been possible in the absence of their expertise and guidance...
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  • Kpmg Repot
    information contained in the report, no warranty, express or implied, is being made, or will be made, by FICCI or PricewaterhouseCoopers Pvt. Ltd., India (PwC), as regards the accuracy and adequacy of the information contained in the report. No responsibility is being accepted, or will be accepted, by...
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  • History Of Radio Broadcast in India
     INTRODUCTION TO RADIO Radio is wireless transmission of signals, by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies. Electromagnetic radiation travels by means of oscillating electromagnetic fields that pass through the air...
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  • Media Management: Emerging Trends Book Description
    Expansions and Mergers 4. Audiences with Attitude: Its Time for Media Companies to Put Customers First 5. Reaching Out 6 Benefits of CAS 7 On the Economics of Media Diversity 8 The Resurgence of Radio in India 9 The Future of TV Advertising 10 The Case for Outdoor PSAs 11.Advergaming: The Future of Interactive...
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  • Organisational Dynamics
    different scenarios. This tool is not that much responsive and analyses much of those factors which are beyond the control (Henry, 2008). Porters five forces model, no doubt, tells managers about where lie the strength of the industry and the strength of the future position managers are looking at. We...
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  • Telecommunication
    Introduction This thesis investigates the most influential factors contributing towards the growth of the tele communication Industry in India, and analyzes the nature of effect these factors have on their respective industries’ growth. The data collected is further used to discuss how these factors...
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