May 2010

Cover Story

Channel Profile

  • Rainbow Media brings Sundance and WE tv to Asia

    In a new regular monthly feature, Television Asia Plus looks at the region’s newest channel offerings. This month: Rainbow Media Global’s independent film channel Sundance Channel and women’s entertainment network WE tv... Read More


  • App–ortunity knocks

    Resigned to the fact that social media is much more about marketing than monetization, content providers are enjoying the creative opportunities afforded by widgets, apps and whizz–bang gizmos. Television Asia Plus looks at what broadcasters are doing apps– and widget–wise to reach consumers’ various touchpoints... Read More


Country Focus

  • Clash of the TV titans

    The clash of the TV titans continued in earnest throughout 2009 as ABS– CBN and GMA duked it out for airtime supremacy. Can new players like Mediaquest change the game with fresh formats for both content and delivery? Melody Uy reports for Television Asia Plus... Read More

  • Indonesia in focus

    The growth potential of Indonesia’s pay–TV market has always been significant, but hampered variously by inconsistent legislation and signal piracy. Television Asia Plus reports... Read More

  • Malaysian content companies seal $41 million deals at MIPTV

    At the just–concluded MIPTV market in Cannes, MSC Malaysia status content companies signed deals worth US$41 million with companies from Korea, Turkey and Thailand. Television Asia Plus reports... Read More


  • MIP’s got talent

    MIPTV, recently held at the Palais de Festivals in Cannes, delivered an array of celebrity glamour as distributors sought to promote their new titles. Star–struck Television Asia Plus looks at who was there and why... Read More

  • LA confidential

    With MIPTV behind us, and LA Screenings next on the agenda, Television Asia Plus asks execs from the major studios what’s been selling, and rating, in Asia – as well as what new content’s hot for 2010.... Read More


  • History in the making

    A later entrant into some Asian markets than many of their network peers, AETN International is witnessing significant growth in the region. Television Asia Plus talks to AETN’s Senior Vice President and Head of International Sean Cohan... Read More



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