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Indian Advertising Market Report & Forecast: 2012-2016

NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Indian Advertising Market Report & Forecast: 2012-2016

http://www.reportlinker.com/p01027219/Indian-Advertising-Market-Report--...

With sustained growth of the Indian economy during the last two decades, there has been a constantly increasing yearning for a better lifestyle among Indian people. This yearning has been catalyzing consumerist desires. Advertising industry has been both a catalyst and beneficiary of these desires as the industry has been on a continuous growth trajectory with only temporary slowdowns at times.

According to IMARC Group, one of the world's leading research and advisory firms, with the Indian economy on a continuous growth path for many more years to come, prospects of the advertising industry are bright. Although the industry is expected to maintain its current growth momentum, the pace of growth of various segments of the industry will differ significantly from one another. We expect growth rates in newer segments like mobile or internet advertising to be substantially higher as compared to traditional segments like print or electronic media.

IMARC's new report entitled "Indian Advertising Market Report & Forecast: 2012-2016" provides an analytical and statistical insight into the Indian advertising industry along with its various segments and sub-segments. The study that has been undertaken using both desk-based and qualitative primary research has analyzed various aspects and provides a comprehensive understanding of the Indian advertising market. The report can serve as an excellent guide for investors, researchers, consultants, marketing strategists, media planners, advertisers, radio and television broadcasters and all those who are planning to foray into the Indian advertising market in some form or the other.

Key Aspects Analyzed:

Understanding the Indian advertising market

Focus of the Analysis:

• Composition of the market

• Major players

• SWOT analysis of the industry

• Historical growth trends and driving factors

• Market outlook

Television advertising market

Focus of the analysis:

• An overview of the television broadcasting industry

• Analysis of various sub-segments with their performance

• Major industries that use television as an advertising medium

• Major companies that use television as an advertising medium

• Historical growth trends and driving factors

• Market outlook

Print advertising market

Focus of the analysis:

• An overview of the print advertising industry

• Analysis of various sub-segments with their performance

• Major players in each segment and their performance

• Major industries that use print as an advertising medium

• Major companies that use print as an advertising medium

• Historical growth trends and driving factors

• Market outlook

Radio advertising market

Focus of the analysis:

• An overview of the radio advertising industry

• Radio listenership across the country

• Major industries that use radio as an advertising medium

• Major companies that use radio as an advertising medium

• Historical growth trends and driving factors

• Market outlook

Internet/On-line advertising market

Focus of the analysis:

• An overview of the Internet/On-line advertising industry

• Viewership of various websites

• Major industries that use internet as an advertising medium

• Major companies that use internet as an advertising medium

• Historical growth trends and driving factors

• Market outlook

Mobile advertising market

Focus of the analysis:

• An overview of the mobile advertising industry

• Various forms of mobile advertising

• Major industries that use mobile as an advertising medium

• Major companies that use mobile as an advertising medium

• Historical growth trends and driving factors

• Market outlook

Outdoor advertising market

Focus of the analysis:

• An overview of the outdoor advertising industry

• Analysis of various sub-segments with their performance

• Major industries and companies that use outdoor advertising as an advertising medium

• Historical growth trends for each sub-segment and driving factors

• Market outlook for each sub-segment

Information Sources:

Information has been sourced from both primary and secondary sources:

• Primary sources include industry surveys and face to face/telephone interviews with industry experts.

• Secondary sources include proprietary databases and search engines. These sources include company websites and reports, books, trade journals, magazines, white papers, industry portals, government sources and access to more than 4000 paid databases.

1 Executive Summary

2 Indian Advertising Market

2.1 Current Trends

2.2 Competitive Landscape

2.3 Market Forecast

3 Indian Advertising Market: Industry Analysis

3.1 Strengths

3.2 Weaknesses

3.3 Opportunities

3.4 Threats

4 Indian Advertising Market: Industry Performance

4.1 Television Advertising

4.1.1 Current Trends

4.1.2 Viewership & Advertising Revenues Across Various Genres

4.1.3 Major Industries Advertising on Television

4.1.4 Major Companies Advertising on Television

4.1.5 Market Forecast

4.2 Print Advertising

4.2.1 Current Trends

4.2.2 Newspapers

4.2.2.1 Current Trends

4.2.2.2 Top Newspapers in India

4.2.2.3 Market Forecast

4.2.3 Magazines

4.2.3.1 Current Trends

4.2.3.2 Top Magazines in India

4.2.3.3 Market Forecast

4.2.4 Major Industries Advertising on Print Media

4.2.5 Major Companies Advertising on Print Media

4.2.6 Market Forecast

4.3 Radio Advertising

4.3.1 Current Trends

4.3.2 Listenership of Different Radio Channels

4.3.3 Major Industries Advertising on Radio

4.3.4 Major Companies Advertising on Radio

4.3.5 Market Forecast

4.4 Internet/Online Advertising

4.4.1 Current Trends (2005-2011)

4.4.2 Viewership of Various Internet Websites

4.4.3 Major Industries Using Internet/Online Media for Advertising

4.4.4 Major Companies Using Internet/Online Media for Advertising

4.4.5 Market Forecast

4.5 Mobile Advertising

4.5.1 Current Trends

4.5.2 Various Forms of Mobile Advertisements

4.5.3 Major Industries & Companies Using Mobile for Advertising

4.5.4 Market Forecast

4.6 Outdoor Advertising

4.6.1 Current Trends

4.6.2 Bill Boards

4.6.2.1 Current Trends

4.6.2.2 Market Forecasts

4.6.3 Street Furniture

4.6.3.1 Current Trends

4.6.3.2 Market Forecasts

4.6.4 Transit Advertising

4.6.4.1 Current Trends

4.6.4.2 Market Forecasts

4.6.5 Other Mediums

4.6.5.1 Current Trends

4.6.5.2 Market Forecasts

4.6.6 Major Industries and Companies Using Outdoor Advertising

4.6.7 Market Forecast

List of Figures

Figure 2 1: India: Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2005-2011

Figure 2 2: India: Advertising Market Break-up by Segment (in %), 2011

Figure 2 3: India: Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 2 4: India: Advertising Market Forecast: Market Share by Segment (in %), 2016

Figure 2 5: India: Advertising Market Forecast: Comparative Market Share by Segment (in %), 2011 & 2016

Figure 3 1: India, North America, Western Europe & China: Advertising to GDP Ratio (in %), 2011

Figure 4 1: India: Television Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2005-2011

Figure 4 2: India: Total Number of TV Households (in Million), 2005 & 2011

Figure 4 3: India: Total Number of Cable & Satellite Households (in Million), 2005 & 2011

Figure 4 4: India: Television Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 5: India: Print Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2005-2011

Figure 4 6: India: Print Advertisement Market: Breakup of Newspaper & Magazine Revenues (in %), 2005-2011

Figure 4 7: India: Newspaper Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2005-2011

Figure 4 8: India: Total Number of Dailies, 2005 & 2010

Figure 4 9: India: Total Newspaper Circulation (in Million), 2005-06 & 2010-11

Figure 4 10: India: Newspaper Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 11: India: Magazine Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2005-2011

Figure 4 12: India: Magazine Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 13: India: Print Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 14: India: Print Advertising Market: Share of Newspapers & Magazines (in %), 2012-2016

Figure 4 15: India: Radio Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2005-2011

Figure 4 16: India: Penetration of FM Radio in the Four Metros* (in %), 2007 & 2011

Figure 4 17: India: Radio Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 18: India: Internet/Online Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2005-2011

Figure 4 19: India: Internet Users (In Million), 2006 & 2011

Figure 4 20: India: Purpose of Internet Access (in %), 2011

Figure 4 21: India: Internet/Online Advertising Spends by Sectors (In %), 2011

Figure 4 22: India: Internet/Online Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 23: India: Mobile Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2010 - 2011

Figure 4 24: India: Mobile Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 25: India: Outdoor Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2005-2011

Figure 4 26: India: Break-up of Outdoor Advertising Market by Formats (in %) 2009, 2010 & 2011

Figure 4 27: India: Billboards Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2009-2011

Figure 4 28: India: Billboards Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 29: India: Street Furniture Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2009-2011

Figure 4 30: India: Street Furniture Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 31: India: Transit Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2009-2011

Figure 4 32: India: Transit Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 33: India: Other Outdoor Advertising Market (in INR Billion), 2009-2011

Figure 4 34: India: Other Outdoor Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 35: India: Outdoor Advertising Spends by Sector (In %), 2011

Figure 4 36: India: Outdoor Advertising Market Forecast (in INR Billion), 2012-2016

Figure 4 37: India: Break-up of Outdoor Advertising Market by Format (In %), 2016

List of Tables

Table 1 1: India: Advertising Market (In Billion INR), 2010 & 2011

Table 1 2: India: Advertising Market Forecast (In Billion INR), 2012-2016

Table 2 1: India: Top Ten Advertising Agencies by Gross Income (in INR Million), 2011

Table 2 2: India: Advertising Market Forecast: Growth Rate of Various Mediums (in %), 2011-2016

Table 3 1: India: Advertising Market: SWOT Analysis

Table 3 2: India: User Base of Various Media Forms

Table 3 3: India: Foreign Investment Regulations Across Various Media Forms

Table 3 4: India: Growth Rates of Various Sectors of the Economy (in %), 2005-2012

Table 3 5: India: Media Penetration, 2008

Table 4 1: India: Television Advertising Market: Viewership & Advertising Revenue By Genre, 2010

Table 4 2: India: Television Advertising Market: Volume Shares of Top Ten Advertising Sectors (in %), 2010 & 2011

Table 4 3: India: Television Advertising Market: Volume Share of Top Ten Advertisers (in %), 2010 & 2011

Table 4 4: India: Readership of Top Ten Newspapers (In '000), 2011

Table 4 5: India: Readership of Top Ten Magazines (In '000), 2011

Table 4 6: India: Readership of Top Ten Hindi Magazines (In '000), 2011

Table 4 7: India: Readership of Top Ten English Magazines (In '000), 2011

Table 4 8: India: Top Ten Print Advertising Sectors by Volume (in %), 2010 & 2011

Table 4 9: India: Top Ten Print Advertisers by Volume (in %), 2011

Table 4 10: India: Radio Listenership Across Various Channels in Mumbai (in %), 2011 & 2012

Table 4 11: India: Radio Listenership Across Various Channels in Delhi (in %), 2011 & 2012

Table 4 12: India: Radio Listenership Across Various Channels in Bangalore (in %), 2011 & 2012

Table 4 13: India: Radio Listenership Across Various Channels in Kolkata (in %), 2011 & 2012

Table 4 14: India: Nationwide Radio Listenership Across Various Channels (In Million), Q2 2010

Table 4 15: India: Top Ten Radio Advertising Sectors by Volume (in %), 2011

Table4 16: India: Top Ten Radio Advertisers by Volume (in %), 2011

Table 4 17: India: Top Ten Indian Websites, 2012*

Table 4 18: India: Internet/Online Advertising Spends by Sectors (In INR Million), 2011

Table 4 19: India: Types of Mobile Advertisements, 2011

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