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  • 16 Jun 2008

    CNBC and Indonesia’s Investment Coordinating Board ink deal

    Singapore – CNBC and the Investment Coordinating Board (ICB) in Indonesia, announced a sponsorship of a special week of Squawk Box on the Road: Indonesia. This campaign will feature CNBC’s signature show, Squawk Box, broadcasting live from Jakarta and...... Read More

  • 16 Jun 2008

    euronews, everything is changing

    News channel, euronews, together with FFL Paris, has made a renewal of its brand. From 20:00 CET on 4 June, euronews revealed a new logo, a new signature, a new look, a new identity for the programmes, a new...... Read More

  • 01 Jun 2008

    Tech perspectives

    Senior executives from integral parts of the technology value chain share their industry outlooks with Television Asia Plus... Read More

  • 06 May 2008

    IOL Netcom debuts IPTV service in India with Verimatrix content security

    Singapore/Mumbai – Broadband Internet service provider IOL Netcom has launched India’s first on-demand IPTV service in Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore, available to more than 250,000 subscribers, using Verimatrix’s content security technologies. IOL Netcom is expecting the expansion of content...... Read More

  • 01 Apr 2008

    Dual HQ strategy for Irdeto

    By Graham Kill, CEO, Irdeto... Read More

  • 25 Mar 2008

    Michael Ellis upped as president and MD, Asia Pacific, MPA

    Hong Kong – Motion Picture Association (MPA) has promoted Michael C. Ellis to president and managing director of its Asia Pacific operations. Based MPA’s Asia Pacific HQ in Singapore, he reports to MPA president and COO Bob Pisano. Ellis...... Read More

  • 10 Mar 2008

    Viaccess to buy out Orca Interactive

    Ra’anana, Israel – Viaccess, the France Telecom subsidiary specializing in content protection, conditional access and DRM solutions, will acquire a 100% stake in Orca Interactive Ltd, a provider of IPTV middleware and applications for an estimated US$21.4million. Completion of...... Read More

  • 01 Mar 2008

    Class monitor

    As Pixelmetrix President and CEO Danny Wilson explains to Television Asia Plus’ Magz Osborne, preventative monitoring can be far more basic than measuring picture quality – but about ensuring viewers get the programming they’re expecting... Read More

  • 18 Dec 2007

    Anti-piracy sweep continues in Malaysia

    Hong Kong/ Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia’s Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (MDTCA), and the Malaysian Federation Against Copyright Theft (MFACT), which represents the Motion Picture Association (MPA), raided three pirate optical disc burner labs and a related...... Read More

  • 10 Dec 2007

    MPA acts to Blackout pirates

    Motion Pictures Association (MPA) and anti-piracy authorities across Asia Pacific have launched Operation Blackout, a year-long region-wide anti-piracy enforcement campaign. Operation Blackout will cover Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea,...... Read More

  • 10 Dec 2007

    ninemsn and BigPond unveil content agreement

    Sydney- ninemsn and Telstra’s BigPond have reached a deal which will see BigPond music, movies and game downloads available through the ninemsn network. From early 2008, all music, movie and game download transactions from the ninemsn network will be...... Read More

  • 03 Dec 2007

    ATF’s Digital Future Symposium tackles content protection

    ATF’s Digital Future Symposium tackles content protection.... Read More

  • 03 Dec 2007

    Malaysian authorities take down second pirate operation in four days

    Hong Kong / Kuala Lumpur – Malaysian authorities including Malaysian Federation Against Copyright Theft (MFACT) which represents the Motion Picture Association (MPA) in Malaysia, took down a second pirate factory in Johor on Nov. 23. It is the 10th...... Read More

  • 26 Nov 2007

    Writers’ strike may cause collateral damage in Asia Pacific

    Entering its fourth week, the US writers’ strike may cause collateral damage to the Hollywood studios’ presence and programming in Asia Pacific if the stop-work drags on like the 1988 strike, which lasted for 22 weeks. The strike’s short-term...... Read More

  • 26 Nov 2007

    Malaysian authorities continue crackdown on pirates

    Hong Kong / Johor – Malaysian police, assisted by the Malaysian Federation Against Copyright Theft (MFACT), representative of the Motion Pictures Association (MPA) in Malaysia, have closed down the ninth pirate DVD operation, this one in a palm oil...... Read More

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