Pickle at MIPCOM 2019

By Pickle  October 14, 2019

We are delighted to present the latest issue of Pickle on the special occasion of MIPCOM at Cannes. This is our 13th edition of Pickle for the REED Midem’s MIPCOM market. Undoubtedly, this is the finest in the global
media markets that empowers delegates to network with the best business minds, capture emerging trends, listen to masterminds, create business for product and services and think innovation. It is a must attend for decision makers to grasp the new ecosystems in the media business.

For the last two years, Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC), set-up by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India has been putting together Indian Pavilion at MIPCOM facilitating Indian M&E companies to benefit from MIPCOM. Over 115 Indian media companies and 250 delegates are at MIPCOM with a clear objective to collaborate and co-create content with global delegates at MIPCOM. Collectively, Indian companies are at MIPCOM with over 100 IPs (completed and indevelopment). SEPC has also brought out India IP Guide. Do collect your India IP Guide at the India Pavilion (P1.B2).

We have an insightful interview with Biren Ghose, Country Head, Technicolor India. October 2019 marks a decade of Technicolor India and completion of two decades of Biren’s leadership in the Indian media and entertainment sector. Today, Technicolor India employs over 6,000 people serving the global animation, VFX, gaming and advertising sector from Bangalore. We are confident that the new decade will open up a whole gamut of digital media services out of India. And, we are optimistic that Technicolor increase their employee count to 50,000 in the new decade.

Here is the cover feature : Biren Ghose, Country Head, Technicolor India https://pickle.co.in/firing-imaginations/

The Indian media ecosystem is changing fast. The Over-the-Top (OTT) space is gaining attraction in the Indian market with the presence of Hotstar, Voot, ErosNow, ZEE5, Sony Liv, ALT Balaji, Sun Nxt, Amazon Prime and Netflix are expanding and growing the market in India.

Our forthcoming November issue is focused on the American Film Market. Do drop in a line to get connected in the Indian M&E business. Feel free to email your thoughts and suggestions.

n vidyasagar
pickle media
nat@pickle.co.in , http://www.pickle.co.in

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