Newsrooms in India are starting to resemble those of traditional media outlets in the United States, a study by consulting firm EY shows.
The study, titled Media and the Future of Media in India, has been commissioned by the State Media Development Corporation, which is headed by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The report, which has been written by the EY Global Media Advisory Group and is based on its research and insights, looks at the media industry in India and the country’s development since the advent of the Indian Information Society in the late 1970s.
The report, titled India’s Media, is a joint venture between EY and the State Information Development Corporation of India (SIDCOI).
The report states that India’s press is the fastest growing industry in the country, with a median annual growth rate of 1.5 per cent in 2017.
It has also become a major driver of economic growth in the nation, with an average annual growth of 8 per cent since 2007.
It is a key source of revenue for both the government and private companies.
EY says that the market share of traditional print media has dropped in the past few years as online publishers have moved to become dominant players in the market.
The market is dominated by the print media and digital media.
The digital media sector, which includes social media platforms, is witnessing a rapid growth in terms of number of users, but is still relatively small compared to traditional media.
This is due to the proliferation of social media, which allows for more people to access news through their platforms, said Rajendra Agarwal, managing director, EY India.
The government has taken a number of measures to combat media corruption.
The country’s National Commission for Protection of Journalists (NCPOJ) has been tasked with investigating and enforcing laws related to media freedom.
The Indian Information Technology and Publicity Act (IITPAA) has brought in new powers to tackle fake news and other online news manipulation.
India has also been working to promote digital inclusion and social media as a medium for media.
Ey India says that India has been on the path of adopting the digital economy, which makes it attractive to the private sector.
It believes that India will continue to play a key role in shaping the future of the media, and that the private media industry will play a major role in India.
The survey shows that the public sector media, media owned by state or local governments, and private media are the most influential players in India in terms that of media distribution.
The public sector has seen the biggest growth in numbers of media outlets, as compared to the other two sectors.
India’s traditional media has been the least influential in terms the number of outlets, followed by state-owned and private, according to the report.
Ey India’s report, Media and India: What the Future holds, examines the changes in media ownership in the Indian market over the past four decades, and the role of traditional and digital entities in the media landscape.
This report is the first in a series.
The findings of the Eey India report will be published in three parts.
The first part is an overview of India’s existing media sector.
The second part examines the dynamics of the market and its impact on the media and the economy.
The third part examines potential changes in India by 2020.
Eey’s study covers the period from 2020 to 2025.
In 2020, there were more than 11 million journalists in India; in 2021, the number was nearly 21 million.
The number of private and public sector newsrooms in the total number of media-related institutions in India was 4.7 million in 2020 and 6.5 million in 2021.
The government also introduced an online news portal called the Bharatnatyam portal in 2021 which has become the primary platform for accessing news from across the country.
In the digital media space, India’s digital market was worth an estimated $13.3 billion in 2021 and has grown to $13 billion in 2020.
The Digital India Index, published by EY in 2018, found that India was the most important market for digital news in the world.
The index estimated that the digital news market in India is worth about $7.2 billion.