Television Asia Plus (TVA) Apr - May 2017

Type: Print Magazine

Magazine/Book Tagline: Television Asia Plus (TVA) Apr - May 2017

Editor: K. Dass

Publish Date: 23 December, 2016

ISSN: 0219-6166

Page Count: 44

Binding Type: Saddle-Stitch

Language: English

Volume: 24

Issue: 02

Frequency: 7 times a year


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CEO Profile
CEO Profile

Television Asia Plus speaks to four renowned media industry leaders, Alexandre Muller, Alon Shtruzman, KC Sullivan and Jim Egan.
Trade Shows:MIPTV
Exploring new frontiers at MIPTV 2017

Busan Contents Market is fast becoming a leading content market for international players around the world. Organisers are determined to increase business opportunities to exploit the growth potential of domestic productions and maximise international expansion. K. Dass reports.
Feature: APOS
Asian production set to enter new cycle of growth

The Asia-Pacific pay-TV industry remains vital as it offers scale in a number of markets as well as sustainable revenue growth and returns. Projections from Media Partners Asia (MPA) indicate that pay-TV industry will grow at a 6.6% average annual rate from 2014 to 2019 as industry sales to climb from US$52 billion in 2014 to US$72 billion by 2019, and reach US$84 billion by 2023.
Trade Shows: Busan Contents Market
Korea Progression

aaWildlife documentary experts believe the usual storytelling style needs a remake to attract the younger audiences. While the style may have been staid for a long time, wildlife filmmakers were probably the first to have shot in 3D and 4K before the other genres picked it. K.Dass reports.
The Edge
Top trends that will shape the Asia-Pacific pay-TV landscape in 2017

By Jean-Luc Jezouin, SVP and Regional General Manager, Asia-Pacific, NAGRA.

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