November 15-17, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Every Day
After successfully conducting the first edition of Television Week last year, we're proud to present the second edition. At this e-conference, we will host multiple sessions across three days - all about the television business.
The event will take place every day from 4:00 pm-5:00 pm, between November 15-17, 2021.
Other events under our 'All Week' umbrella include Languages Week, Digipub Week, CMO Week, vdonxt Week, Gaming Week and Audionxt Week.
Mature segments like FMCG trust television enough to spend around 70% of their advertising budgets on it, while younger categories use the medium to build brands. What does TV offer that other mediums can't?
Television has played a special role in the journey of countless brands, across product groups, since the '80s. How has the role of the medium evolved with each passing decade? An interview with Ogilvy's creative supremo Piyush Pandey, the man who breathed life into innumerable brands over more than 30 years.
Star is now Star and Disney India. Sony and Zee will join hands to form a new entity. Discovery and HBO are doing the same. The Indian television market has clear Davids and Goliaths. Are we headed towards a Google-Facebook-like duopoly? What will consolidation mean for Indian TV?
General entertainment is the largest genre on television in India, second only to cricket in terms of the premium it commands. Advertisers across categories invest crores for a slice of the GEC viewer's attention. What are the unique benefits and challenges of advertising on GECs?
Media Partners Asia
Group Trading Director, Amplifi
Co-founder & Director
Maruti Suzuki India
Head of Media
iD Fresh Food
Chief Consumer & Data Officer
Chairman of Global Creative & Executive Chairman, India
Head – Network Sales
Nina Elavia Jaipuria
Head – Hindi Mass Entertainment & Kids TV Network
Senior Marketing Director
Endemol Shine India