Media & Entertainment Industry in India

Doing Business in Media & Entertainment Industry

In an industry synonymous with creativity and innovation, the bar for business excellence is set high. You need to embrace new technology, develop new distribution models and satisfy the demands of a voracious and outspoken consumer.

At the same time it’s important to manage costs, exceed stakeholder expectations and comply with new regulations.

There’s always another challenge just around the corner.

EY’s Global Media & Entertainment Center can help. We bring together a worldwide team of 7,500 M&E professionals with deep technical experience in providing assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services to the industry’s leaders.

Our network of professionals collaborate and share knowledge around the world, to provide consistent, high-quality service and leverage our leading market share position to provide you with actionable information, quickly and reliably.

Key issues that we help you manage in today’s media and entertainment environment include:




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    Ashish Pherwani
    Leader – Media & Entertainment
    +91 226 192 0427

    Contact us to learn more about our approach to developing solutions.

    Media Contacts

    Sanam Shah
    Email: Sanam.Shah@in.ey.com


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