(19 per cent), and music (15 per cent) are expected to continue on their high growth trajectory, the report found.
The radio sector is also expected to receive a fillip with the successful conclusion of Phase III licence auctions and is expected to grow at a robust CAGR of about 16 per cent.
The rapid rise of internet usage, high penetration of smart phones, digital advertising, wireless broadband, digital content consumption, regulatory interventions have had a significant impact on the E&M sector, according to the report.
At present, television and print sectors dominate the E & M industry with contribution of 40 per cent and 22 per cent to its revenues respectively. Besides, internet access and films command 18 per cent and 12 per cent share of the industry's revenues.