AVIA hosts the Asia Video Summit in Singapore amidst a time of seismic change, competition and consolidation
Held for the second year under the rebranded Asia Video Industry Association, the Asia Video Summit continues to address the State of the Video Industry focusing on five themes representing the most pressing issues the industry faces today.
MBC launches Creatives Communities Collaboration in LA
Creatives Communities Collaboration (CCC) sees partnership with the leading pay-TV group with the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts (USC) with the participation of selected Hollywood film and TV experts and others.
tvN celebrates Singapore’s National Day with exclusive line-up
Viewers can enjoy the latest drama, express variety shows, including the much-loved Na PD shows, as well as global K-pop music shows.
Barbie Forteza returns to Filipino primetime TV
Award-winning Filipino actress Barbie Forteza returns to primetime via GMA Network’s latest show Inday Will Always Love You. Produced by GMA News and Public Affairs, the newest rom-com series also showcases the unique beauty and rich culture of Cebu.
SatADSL announces new partnership with Global Telesat and RascomStar
Global Telesat will manage the services and connect its iDirect Evolution hub to SatADSL’s innovative Cloud-based Service Delivery Platform (C-SDP), enabling it to offer a range of services for communities, businesses and administrations – without investment in a physical infrastructure.
FOX+ takes on Asia
With a commitment to satisfying curiosity and entertaining viewers with high-end programming, FOX Networks Groups
Asia has grown from the fl agship channels it once launched to a leading Asia-Pacifi c programmer whose portfolio of
content reaches thousands of cumulative subscribers around the region. As its President, Zubin Gandevia tells K. Dass,
“FOX has now extended its play and gone deeper at the individual level with FOX+, offering consumers content at their
Unique Drama is a Key Selling Point
Globally, every TV outlet, digital or otherwise, is looking for the next big drama. And audience demand for engaging,
quality scripted programming has never been so high.
Mediacorp’s programming is in demand abroad but who is buying and where is the market heading? K. Dass checks with
Suzie Wang, Head of Content Distribution, Mediacorp Studios about how they are serving the rising appetite for drama
series across the region.