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  • 19 Nov 2007

    Asia’s first Nokia WiFi Zone boards public buses in Singapore

    Singapore – Asia Pacific’s first Nokia WiFi Zone will roll out in Singapore on 12 public buses to provide free wireless Internet access to commuters from Nov 25. The WiFi buses are part of Nokia’s initiative to provide consumers...... Read More

  • 05 Nov 2007

    Microsoft takes a stake in Facebook – now what?

    Microsoft’s purchase of a 1.6% stake in social networking site Facebook for $US 240 million has been welcomed by advertisers in Asia and hailed by some analysts as a landmark deal for Microsoft. As part of the deal, Microsoft,...... Read More

  • 05 Nov 2007

    Online advertising booming in China

    Hong Kong – The online display advertising market in China jumped by 14% in the third quarter of 2007, reaching RMB 2.6 billion ($US348 million), with total online ad revenues for the year to date topping $885 million. That’s...... 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

    Tower of Babelgum

    Officially unveiled at MIPTV in April 2007, Babelgum is a new global Internet TV network, with a vast library of content that, its founders say, provides the kind of choice that simply isn’t possible with terrestrial, cable or satellite....... 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 Oct 2007

    Digital cable growing apace in metro China

    Television Asia casts the spotlight on developments unfolding in the rapidly growing Chinese media market... 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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