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The media are usually divided into three sub-sectors: radio, television and printed media such as newspapers, magazines and journals. As in most other countries in India is a large difference between the number of people reached through these different media channels. The way people are reached and how they are affected, is very different. In particular, the differences between rural and urban areas in India are very high. In rural areas, many more people are illiterate and read no newspapers and the like. There are also less television available in rural areas because of the financial position of most people.
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India is a democratic country. To meet the requirements of a democratic country to meet, it is important that the people of the country of correct and complete information for making a dual communication is established. To achieve this it is necessary that the population has access to a universal radio and television network. Currently, the media still in the hands of the government and subject to government restrictions. There will follow a general description of each sub-sector including the history of the division, supported by a number of significant figures in the sector. It is also the development and growth of subdivisions described. Also examines possible developments for the future in the division. The television division, the area of satellite and cable television extensively. Secondly, the legislation from the Indian government which is important for foreign (Dutch) investors in the division, the next item. Finally, on the possibilities for foreign (Dutch) companies that want to invest and the problems they are against them. The mass media have a high status in India. Radio and television from the beginning to the present, steeped in cultural programs. Old culture will be preserved but also new "popular culture" is created through different mediums. The rapid developments worldwide (tele) communications, the communications environment in India is rather paradoxical. The communications infrastructure is very diverse. This is entire networks of satellites to popular entertainment cabinets with dolls and other ancient cultural ways of communication. The new forms of media do not replace the old forms, but the two complement each other and learn from each others experience.

Communication in India comprises a wide range of modern and traditional forms of media. Because there are no clear boundaries is difficult to predict what new technologies develop. In India, the new technologies have no significant impact on the media. Therefore, here the emphasis on radio, television and written media. The first radio broadcast took place in India in August 1921. The UK's Times of India was sent in cooperation with the Ministry of Post and Telegraph in a special music. Thereafter came several amateur radio clubs in cities like Mumbai, Calcutta and Chennai. These clubs, the radio broadcasts a more systematic nature, because they worked with solid programming. In 1925, the colonial government first "broadcast" policies. The Indian Broadcasting Company Ltd.. in 1926 signed an agreement with the British government. The company was the only company that could establish new radio stations and operate. The company opened two stations, one in Mumbai and one in Calcutta. Having shown that it is not working well and a loss, took the British public company under the new name of Indian State Broadcasting Service. The company had since that time under the Ministry of Industries and Employment. In 1936, the new corporate name All India Radio. During the colonial period were still new private radio stations to. The radio industry had over the years under different ministries and finally ended up right at the Ministry of Information and Radio.

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