Find Media and Broadcasting expertise in India

India prides itself on its blossoming free media, in line with the country’s reputation of being the world’s largest democracy. The national media is mostly privately owned and includes more than 150 major publications. The most prominent examples are The Times of India, Indian Express, and India Today. The previously state-owned television station, Doordarshan, now possesses a variety of channels. Private channels otherwise dominate the marketplace, such as Zee, Sony and Sahara among many others. FM radio is shared between the private Radio Mirchi and Radio City, alongside the state-owned AIR FM. The largest internet service providers are BSNL, MTNL, and Bharti Airtel – which together have 80% market share (2010).

Media and Broadcasting organisations in India
AAJ TAK TV
All India Radio
Asian Age
Asian Age
Broadcast Engineering Consultants India
Broadcast Engineering Consultants India
BSNL
Business India
Business Line
Business Line
Dainik Jagran
Directorate of Film Festivals
External Publicity Division
Fever
Films Division
Financial Express
Financial Express
GeminiTV & TejaTV
Himal South Asia
Hindustan
India Today
Indian & Foreign Review & India Perspectives
Indian & Foreign Review & India Perspectives
MTNL
NDTV Ltd
NDTV Ltd
New Delhi Television (NDTV) Ltd
New Delhi Television (NDTV) Ltd
Outlook
Press Council of India
Press Information Bureau
Punjab Kesari
Radio City
Radio Mirchi
Red FM
Sun Network
Sun Network
Surya TV
Suryan FM
The Hindu
The Hindustan Times
The Indian Express
The Pioneer
The Registrar of Newspapers For India
The Statesman
The Telegraph
The Telegraph
The Times of India
UdayaTV, Ushe TV & Udaya News
Visakha FM
Visakha FM