CNN and SkyNet Myanmar collaborate
CNN and SkyNet Myanmar have collaborated to launch the news network, Channel One.
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The pay-TV ecosystem is reshaping in the Asia-Pacific region with the proliferation of new content, technology, social media, changing consumer expectation, government regulation, licensing and shift in advertising dollar. Yet, there is a potpourri of creative content and talent exploding in the region with government grants and incentives to inspire. This is certainly a new golden age for TV, with more and better programming being produced than ever before, both internationally and locally. As with subscription TV’s continued growth in the region, there are still challenges. Initiatives to improve pay-TV measurement in the region are critical as K. Dass examines the regions’ development in creativity and pay-TV growth.
According to CASBAA’s recently updated Asia-Pacific Multichannel TV Advertising 2015 book, the Asia-Pacific now has 500,639,000 multichannel homes across the region.
The two service providers have signed a high definition video conferencing interconnect agreement that allows both companies to offer global enterprise customers enhanced network data services and the highest quality HD video conferencing capability.
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