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  • 19 Nov 2007

    CASBAA to focus on mobile technologies and pay-TV advertising in 2008

    Hong Kong – CASBAA will focus on the increasing impact of mobile technologies and the further development of pay-TV advertising in 2008, said Marcel Fenez, Global Managing Partner, Entertainment and Media Practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers, who was re-elected for a...... Read More

  • 12 Nov 2007

    Samsung, KT join forces to propel IPTV

    Seoul – Samsung Electronics and KT, South Korea’s dominant fixed-line operator, have set up a partnership to propel IPTV sales amid increasing demand for such services in one of the world’s most Internet savvy countries. According to The Korea...... Read More

  • 12 Nov 2007

    IPTV subscriptions set to take off

    Reading, England – By the end of 2010, there will be 39.6 million subscribers to Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) worldwide, up from fewer than 4 million in 2006, according to analyst firm Canalys. Canalys forecasts IPTV subscribers in the...... Read More

  • 12 Nov 2007

    Reliance Communications and Microsoft team for IPTV service in India

    Mumbai – Reliance Communications and Microsoft have partnered to deliver a new IPTV service operated by Reliance which runs on the Microsoft Mediaroom IPTV software platform. Reliance Communications holds exclusive deployment rights for the platform in India. The Microsoft...... Read More

  • 05 Nov 2007

    Asia Media Festival set to make a bigger splash in 2007

    Singapore – The Asia Media Festival 2007 (AMF 2007), the regional business platform for the media industry to be held Nov. 14 – Dec. 4 in Singapore, is set to grow this year with a marked increase in participation...... Read More

  • 05 Nov 2007

    Pay-TV piracy deprives industry of $US1.54 billion for 2007

    Hong Kong – Piracy cost the regional pay-TV industry $I.54 billion in lost revenue in the past 12 months, up from $US1.13 billion in 2006, according to the annual survey by CASBAA and Standard Chartered Bank. Covering Hong Kong,...... Read More

  • 01 Nov 2007

    Movies-on-demand stifled by technology

    There’s plenty of Asian demand for Hollywood movies on-demand and executives are confident that business will accelerate — but only when technology and cost issues are resolved. Don Groves reports... Read More

  • 01 Nov 2007

    Mabuhay new media!

    As piracy continues to dog the cable industry, emerging new media pursuits and advances are proving to be the silver lining of the Filipino cloud. Calvin Wong reports... Read More

  • 01 Nov 2007

    New media – the challenges and opportunities

    As viewing platforms continue to proliferate, and audiences become increasingly fragmented, Craig Harvey, Director of Media Research for Synovate, Asia Pacific looks at the new challenges and opportunities faced by media owners... Read More

  • 01 Oct 2007

    Indian broadcasting embraces the digital revolution

    In the second of two articles to coincide with ‘India Day’ at MIPCOM 2007, Television Asia’s Ritesh Gupta looks at how new technologies are helping boost TV subscription revenues... Read More

  • 01 Oct 2007

    Content à la carte

    Sellers talk about emerging programming trends in Asian markets and platforms, and reveal what they have in store for the 12,500 TV, mobile and internet professionals from 98 countries at MIPCOM 2007... Read More

  • 01 Oct 2007

    Super-market sweep

    As October heralds the MIPCOM content market, Television Asia hears from the region’s acquisition executives... Read More

  • 01 Oct 2007

    Striving for the BesTV

    While authorities in China grapple with the issue of IPTV license deregulation, an undeterred Shanghai Media Group continues its expansion into new access technologies like IPTV and mobile TV. Television Asia’s Ritesh Gupta reports... Read More

  • 01 Sep 2007

    Digital Update

    The migration to digital broadcasting is a more immediate reality in some markets than in others. While ASEAN has only just agreed on a common standard, some countries in the region have a firm date set for Analogue Switch-Off....... Read More

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