Innovations in the Music and Entertainment Industry in India

Innovations in the Music and Entertainment Industry in India

            
 
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Case Code : BREP003
Case Length : 15 Pages
Period : 1991-2004
Pub Date : 2005
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : -
Industry : Music and Entertainment Industry
Countries : India

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Qjam: A jam that spells music!

Qjam, a touch screen digital juke box with an attractive, easy-to-use interface was started by Real Image Media Technologies Pvt. Ltd with its first outlet in Bangalore in 2002. By 2004, as many as 105 units of Qjam had been set up in prominent places across 18 cities in India...

New Dimensions to Music

The advent of organized music retailing and internet-based music exchange revolutionized the way music was sold in the country. With more options now available to the end consumer, the music industry was steeped in competition, which augured well for the sector and drove future growth.

As a consequence of the huge success of retail stores like Music World and Planet M, new music stores opened up in major metros.

The stores looked like cafes or discos, and bright colors and fancy props greeted the customer as they walked in. Some stores also had a small dance floor in one corner and a cafe in another...

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Digital Cinema: Movie at the click of a mouse!

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Looking Ahead

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Exhibits

Exhibit I: Music World: Profile
Exhibit II: Multiplexes in India


 

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