June–July 2015

Country Focus

  • Into Australia & New Zealand

    Following the end of analogue broadcasting in December 2013, Australians have been able to access many more Free-to-Air TV channels as digital broadcasts.... Read More


  • Doing business with the ‘Big Boys’ of China

    Since the merger of China’s two biggest video websites in 2012, Youku and Tudou’s consolidation still remains the best search for economics of scale in China’s internet industry as growth eases from its torrid days.... Read More

  • Melting pot of Content

    The tradition of MIPTV continued with cultural exchange of content and ideas with digital and 4k in focus. K. Dass recaps the moments at Palais des Festivals.... Read More

  • Satellite Footprint in Asia-Pacific

    According to NSR, the most important point to make about the global HTS market is that the majority of the demand expansion is developing in truly new areas and not at the cost of other parts of the traditional satellite market. In short, the emerging HTS services are most important in terms of how they expand the overall size of the global satellite market, says the fi rm. K. Dass reports recent developments.... Read More

  • Tricks of the Trade

    These days, networks are less interested in using scheduling as means to compete, but are focused on remaining highly adaptable in a media climate where there are so many entertainment options for the consumer. Priscilla Hendriks investigates.... Read More

  • Sports Rights Properties

    There is a heavy price tag attached to worldwide sporting events that many fans are not aware of. Sports rights are generally controlled by the governing body that runs the relevant sporting event according to Olswang, sports legal advisor. Then, there is the rights agency that purchases the rights and packages it with a spectrum of supports and sells to clubs and broadcasters globally. K. Dass discusses the multibillion dollar business with MP & Silva, Eurosport, Ten Sports Network, FOX Sports and Olswang.... Read More

  • State of Pay

    Major pay-TV brands are coming to grips with new technologies and investing top-dollar for popular programmes – all to increase their subscriber base and attract ad dollar. Priscilla Hendriks weighs in on the state of pay-TV in Asia.... Read More

  • Meeting the demands of the Connected Consumer

    Reuben Verghese, Global Head of Multiscreen Solutions & Vice President of Asia at Accedo and BroadcastAsia2015 exhibitor and conference speaker, shares his top technology predictions for the broadcasting industry with Television Asia Plus. K. Dass reports.... Read More

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