Gregory Ho Joins Asia Video Industry Association


Gregory Ho, a veteran of Warner Bros. Discovery in Hong Kong and Singapore, has joined the Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) as senior advisor.

In the full-time role, Ho will support AVIA CEO Louis Boswell and work closely with the teams in Singapore and Hong Kong, focusing on the curation of AVIA events and conferences, as well as membership development and engagement.

The AVIA membership includes key players in every segment across the video industry and ecosystem in the Asia Pacific and facilitates opportunities for members to engage through a series of activities, including eight industry conferences in 2023.

Prior to this, Ho spent nine years with Warner Bros. Discovery in Hong Kong and Singapore, where he led corporate communications and marketing for the company’s entire portfolio of brands, services and businesses, as well as Warner Bros., CNN, Cartoon Network and HBO, across the region. He also spent a long time at Sony Pictures Entertainment in various leadership roles overseeing marketing, communications, ad sales, research, channel management and operations for its networks in Asia.

“As our industry continues to evolve during this period of tremendous flux and transition, I’m delighted to have Greg joining the team,” Boswell said. “His deep experience and understanding of our industry and his extensive network of contacts will be a tremendous asset as we continuously strive to represent and support the industry’s and our members’ needs, including the opportunity to share, learn and engage with each other through our various events and conferences.”

Ho added, “I look forward to working with Louis and the small but mighty AVIA team as we continue to support the industry and our members, shining the spotlight on growth opportunities and the most pressing challenges through our events and conferences—sharing, discussing and debating what matters most to us. I’m honored to have this opportunity to give back to the industry that I love and has been my career for the past three decades.”