November 2011

Opinion

  • Data wars are starting social but will IT end in murder?

    Tablet devices and the growth of social platforms are forcing broadcasters to cross the panel divide and turn audiences into customers, but this is stretching their IT competency and creating risk some may pay for with their brands. Adrian Drury explains.... Read More

News Feature

  • Online ad stats get reboot

    Tracking online properties has been the bane of marketeers since the inception of the World Wide Web, until Nielsen recently launched a new system of measuring online properties – the Online Campaign Ratings (OCR) in the US.... Read More

  • A man and his Muppets

    Jim Henson, if he was still alive today, would have turned 75 on September 24 and in homage of this date, the Singapore International Film Festival (SIFF) organised a special screening of documentaries and rare footage highlighting Henson’s 40-year career in television and fi lm.... Read More

Marketing and Event

  • Exit strategy

    Some 20,000 people gathered at the landmark 700th Anniversary Stadium in Chiang Mai to watch their favourite Asian music acts earlier this year.... Read More

Cover Story

  • Revolving future

    MIP madness has been and gone and the most resounding message of the week in Cannes, was that television content is becoming an increasingly tailored and personal experience.... Read More

Technology

  • Creative impulse

    There is an industry perception that when it comes to computer-based production, Singapore is just an execution house, primarily involved in servicing, rather than developing a project.... Read More

Features

  • Hard truths

    Asia-Pacifi c’s PayTV landscape is in a state of flux. At present, the industry is littered with markets of varying performance standards. Although regulatory improvements have been made in some territories, others are still muddled in over-restrictive legislation. TV ASIA Plus highlights some of the key fi ndings from CASBAA’s latest industry review.... Read More

Country Focus

  • Content Kingdom

    Thailand’s growth in the satellite and cable TV market is rocketing with household penetration making huge gains. And new legislation is set to deliver even more content to the Kingdom’s 20 million TV households. Ron Corben explains how Thailand’s TV business is all smiles.... Read More

  • Thailand’s new era

    The formalization of Thailand’s key broadcast regulatory body, the National Broadcasting Commission of Thailand (NBTC), marks a major transformation in the country’s media landscape.... Read More

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