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The 10th Busan Contents Market saw 666 buyers and sellers.
With one of the largest and most dynamic film entertainment industries in the world, Asia’s premier film industry event welcomed a record 7,300 buyers this year with 800 companies from 35 countries present. Cheryl Soh takes a look at what went down at the 20th Hong Kong International Film and TV Market.
Many broadcasters have gained numerous deals, establish networks and co-produced with new partners from Busan Contents Market (BCM) over the years. The one-stop Korean market has been a crucial melting pot for international players to negotiate for the best deals in Asia, and the world for global audience. Here are some congratulatory messages from BCM’s partners.
The Korean television and film content powerhouse, Busan Contents Market marks its 10th anniversary with a unique line up of events focusing on formats and co-productions in the genre of documentary, animation and mobile, are all part of this year’s theme as K. Dass finds out.
The Asia-Pacific video industry, including TV and digital video, is a US$105 billion juggernaut. Future growth could be exponential as the customer experience transforms with new content, services and technologies. Here are the top 10 themes for APOS 2016:
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