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Mansha Daswani

Mansha Daswani is the editor and associate publisher of World Screen. She can be reached on [email protected]

MPA Sees Uptick in AsiaPac Ad Sales for 2016

HONG KONG/SINGAPORE: Asia-Pacific advertising revenues are set to rise by 5.8 percent in 2016, up from the 5.3 percent growth rate recorded this year, according to Media Partners Asia (MPA). The 5.3 percent growth rate this year was the slowest recorded since 2009, MPA notes. The industry analysis firm predicts ...

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ATF Opens in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Asia TV Forum and ScreenSingapore officially kicked off today, with organizers expecting some 5,000 attendees. The major Hollywood studios all have a presence this year, alongside distributors and producers from across the globe, including 16 country pavilions, among them Australia, China, France, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan ...

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MDA’s Angeline Poh

Angeline Poh, the assistant CEO for industry at the Media Development Authority (MDA), speaks about her ambitions for Singaporean media companies in the year ahead.

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KKR Partners with Chernin for Asian Investment Fund

MUMBAI/SINGAPORE: Investment firm KKR is partnering with The Chernin Group to set up Emerald Media, which will look to invest in media and entertainment opportunities across Asia. KKR has committed $300 million to the fund, with Chernin joining as a minority co-investor. It will focus on providing growth capital of ...

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Sony Rebrand for Multi Screen Media

MUMBAI: Multi Screen Media (MSM), which operates a portfolio of channels in India, has rebranded as Sony Pictures Networks. The move comes as MSM marks its 20th anniversary in the Indian television business. Its portfolio today consists of the Hindi-language entertainment service Sony Entertainment Television (SET), the movie networks MAX ...

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Nippon TV’s Yoshio Okubo

Yoshio Okubo, the president of Nippon TV, tells TV AsiaPac how building Hulu’s business and expanding the company’s international operations—including pay-TV channels, formats and finished program sales and co-productions—are key growth opportunities in the years ahead.

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