Indian media industry has tremendous scope for growth in all the segments due to rising income and evolving lifestyle. As per BCG report, India's M&E industry is expected to grow between US$ 55-70 billion by 2030. The market is projected to increase at a CAGR of 17% between 2020 and 2023

In the last couple of years, the fields of media and entertainment have undergone transformative changes majorly driven by technological advancement. This has had major implications for legislators, policymakers, judges, advocates, lawyers, and students of law. For instance, freedom of speech and expression has extended from the physical format to digital and social media, giving rise to the hitherto unknown problems of fake news, online abuse, sponsored posts, harassment, etc. that have the public and private scuttling for measures to contain. It is believed that many such challenges will arise in the future. They are bound to evolve with the practice of law in courts. Even minor changes and developments can force one to ponder if our legal and regulatory systems are equipped to deal with such shifts.

This 2-day Summit where lawyers, counsels, dealmakers, and stalwarts from the film, television, and music industries will discuss the latest laws, amendments, challenges, trends and issues confronting the media and entertainment industry and the solutions to overcome these.


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  • Overview of GOI notifications, law and amendments
  • IP infringement in the digital era and different forms of IP
  • Copyright license clauses in different contracts to optimize monetization
  • Latest issues affecting the music industry and the changing legal landscape around the OTT industry in India
  • Alternate dispute resolution strategies in the new media era


  • Understand and develop comprehensive familiarity with the regulatory and legal framework
  • Get exposure to end-to-end contract drafting and licensing work
  • LCertification and content guidelines: Challenges faced in the process
  • Right to Privacy in the virtual world
  • Copyright issues arising from digitalization and the internet
  • Digital Media and OTT Platforms: Content, regulations and compliances
  • Discuss IPR and challenges in the digital era
  • Tips to increase the chances of Winning your entertainment arbitration


  • Functional heads of:
  • Legal department and In-House Counsels
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Patents, Trademarks & Copyrights
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Contracts & Procurement
  • Brand Management & Publicity
  • Anti - Piracy
  • Litigation
  • Licensing
  • From:
  • Entertainment (Television, Radio & OTT Platforms)
  • Motion Pictures
  • Television Studios
  • Any form of media outlets and organizations


  • Get familiar with the latest GOI notifications, laws and amendments
  • Take part in the industry discussions about evolving legal and regulatory frame work in the media and entertainment industry
  • Be up-to-date with the dynamic laws of the industry
  • Gain insight in the dispute resolutions strategies in the digital era
  • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of recent Industry changes