Media and Entertainment
We develope contents directly or indirectly for film, print, radio, and television. These segments include movies, TV shows, radio shows & music.
India’s media and entertainment (M&E) industry is a special industry that not only provides opportunities for existing participants, but also invites new entrants to bridge the gap and make significant progress by creating content for economic mass consumption. Supported by rising consumer demand and increased advertising revenue, India’s electromechanical industry is in a stage of strong growth, which proves its ability to adapt to the world. According to a FICCI-EY report, the proportion of advertising in GDP is expected to rise from 0.38% in 2019 to 0.4% in 2025.
What we Do
We provide best organised feature films with world class animation and visual effects.
Best animated short films with all essential elements of animation and standard visual effects.
First class documentary films with all nonfictional motion pictures intended to document reality in its best manner.
Fully expressive and interesting television stories with all necessary animation and high quality visual effects.
Streaming Media and Video-on-Demand online
We all efficient in generating latest social media content with timely availability and greater video quality.
Our team experienced with all voice recordings along with supreme quality voice effects and editing.
HOW WE LOOK AT IT!
India’s media and entertainment (M&E) industry is set to grow at a faster pace of 10.55% CAGR, outshining the global average of 4.2% CAGR, according to consulting firm PwC.
In its annual sector forecast for 2017-2021, PwC said the Indian M&E sector will touch $45.1 billion by 2021, up from $27.3 billion at the end of 2016.
Expert reviews is the field of tech related to information on media and films in the context to India and global is on the card of the company. RSIFPL intent to provide the clear and upto-date analysis of the various new technologies that are changing the dimensions by integrating and innovating the way industry moves at large.
Digital cinema refers to the use of digital technology in the film industry to distribute or show films, rather than historically used reels of motion picture film, such as 35 mm film. Film reels must be shipped to movie theaters, and digital movies can be distributed to movie theaters in a variety of ways: via the Internet or dedicated satellite links, or by sending hard drives or optical discs (such as Blu-ray Discs).
As video consumption becomes more mobile, the emergence of 5G networks will trigger another wave of innovation, new participants, and potential disruptions to the existing value chain. 5G networks promise faster speeds, more reliable connections, and lower latency. This results in higher video quality on mobile devices, immersive experiences of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), and other benefits.