Taiwan In View 2023 (Executive Summary)
In conjunction with Taiwan In View, AVIA is producing a Taiwan in View Report 2023 available to members only. The report will be a deep dive into the state of the video industry in Taiwan, including Streaming, Free-To-Air and Cable TV. Looking at audience distribution, programming models and the competitive landscape, the report will give up-to-date data on the ongoing evolution of business models in Taiwan. The Executive Summary is now available to all AVIA members with the full report to be ready in the coming weeks.
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ASIASAT ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF RAYMOND CHOW AS CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER
Asia Satellite Telecommunications Co. Ltd. (AsiaSat), Asia’s premier satellite solutions provider, today announced that Raymond Chow has been appointed as the Chief Commercial Officer.
MEDIA VETERAN GREGORY HO JOINS THE ASIA VIDEO INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION AS SENIOR ADVISOR
Corporate communications and branding media veteran Gregory Ho has been appointed Senior Advisor with the Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA).
KC GLOBAL MEDIA COLLABORATES WITH PRIME VIDEO TO BRING ANIMAX + GEM – THE ULTIMATE JAPANESE ENTERTAINMENT TO INDIA
KC Global Media, Asia’s leading entertainment network, and Prime Video, India’s most loved entertainment destination, today announced the launch of Japanese entertainment pack, Animax + GEM on Prime Video Channels in India.
AVIA AND CAP STRONGLY SUPPORT THE PASSAGE OF LEGISLATION TO AMEND THE IP CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES TO ALLOW FOR PIRATE SITES TO BE BLOCKED IN THE PHILIPPINES
AVIA and CAP warmly congratulate Albay Representative Joey S. Salceda for the passage of his legislation (House Bill 7600) through the House of Representatives to amend the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines to allow for pirate sites to be blocked in the Philippines. To become law in the Philippines a bill needs to be passed by both the House and the Senate and the successful passage of HB7600 through the House is a major step towards the enactment of site blocking legislation in the Philippines.
2023 CAP CONSUMER SURVEYS CONTINUE TO SHOW THE BENEFITS OF EFFECTIVE SITE BLOCKING
The most recent piracy landscape consumer surveys commissioned by the Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) show that while piracy rates remain stable in many countries around Asia-Pacific, we have seen notable increases in piracy rates in Thailand and Taiwan, with a discernible increase also in Hong Kong.
VIBRANT TAIWAN – VIDEO EVOLVING AT HOME AND ABROAD
The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) welcomed over 100 guests to its Taiwan in View conference, with Deputy Minister of Culture, Sue Wang, giving the opening remarks as the Guest of Honour.
WARNER BROS. DISCOVERY AND VIACOM18 ANNOUNCE EXCLUSIVE CONTENT PARTNERSHIP FOR INDIA
Warner Bros. Discovery and Viacom18 today announced a new multi-year agreement, making JioCinema India's new streaming home of HBO, Max Original and Warner Bros. content from next month. The partnership, which includes exclusive content rights across digital and linear, represents a significant step forward for both entities as they seek to deliver unrivalled world-class content to audiences.
KC GLOBAL MEDIA LAUNCHES ANIMAX AND GEM ON MALAYSIA’S FIRST AND LARGEST STREAMING SERVICE, TONTON
KC Global Media, Asia’s leading entertainment network and multi-channel operator, has announced a deal with Malaysia’s largest integrated media and entertainment conglomerate, Media Prima, to bring premium Japanese drama, variety, and anime onboard its video streaming app, Tonton.
AKAMAI ANNOUNCES NEW CLOUD COMPUTING CAPABILITIES FOR STREAMING VIDEO AT 2023 NAB SHOW
Akamai Technologies, the cloud company that powers and protects life online, today introduced new cloud computing capabilities for streaming video at the 2023 NAB Show. The capabilities are designed to help OTT operators deliver higher quality and more personalized video experiences to viewers.
CONTENT REMAINS KING IN THE FUTURE OF VIDEO IN INDIA
The Asia Video Industry Association’s (AVIA) Future of Video India conference opened to a full house with a keynote conversation with Shri Apurva Chandra, Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB). Secretary Chandra stated that with OTT, Indian content has become more accessible and more acceptable to a global audience. “Quality of content has always been very good in India, but now it is easier for Indian content to travel across the world. OTT has helped it in a big way,” said Chandra