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Star India and the Indian Television Industry
Venkataraman, S.; Khurana, Ashish Case S-0134 / Published December 4, 2005 / 10 pages.
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Star India, a subsidiary of Murdoch's New Corporation, and the leading TV network in India, is considering whether to acquire (or continue its arms-length relationship) with one of its major content providers, Balaji Telefilms. The case provides information on the industry context, regulatory environment, key competitors, and the Indian TV market. The case is a good vehicle to discuss value chain concepts and understand the relative strategic positions of different players within a value chain. The case also provides a good introduction to one of the largest television markets in the world.

  • Overview

    Star India, a subsidiary of Murdoch's New Corporation, and the leading TV network in India, is considering whether to acquire (or continue its arms-length relationship) with one of its major content providers, Balaji Telefilms. The case provides information on the industry context, regulatory environment, key competitors, and the Indian TV market. The case is a good vehicle to discuss value chain concepts and understand the relative strategic positions of different players within a value chain. The case also provides a good introduction to one of the largest television markets in the world.

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