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Welcome to Re:Source Media an integrated broadcast organization that develops media properties for the world.

We're proud of our diverse body of work. From exciting new properties like 3 Chefs, 1 City and the landmark television series Asia Rising, to hit programs such as Going Global and Wine Portfolio, Re:Source Media's global footprint comes to life through our television, interactive web content, deep social media engagements and mobile applications.

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The Future of Media Now

The Future of Media Now Our world is changing, people consume media in different ways and TV Producers, traditional ...

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TV is Happiness – In Bhutan

TV is Happiness – In Bhutan Bhutan village feels the power of TV What happens when a remote village in the ...

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Tomorrow’s TV Is All About You

Tomorrow’s TV Is All About You Viewer demands for control and for new experiences are impacting every aspect of the ...

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Reel Locations – How TV Shows and Movies Draw Tourism

Reel Locations – How TV Shows and Movies Draw Tourism TV shows and films can spell big pay day for tourism industry By Tara Nurin, ...

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The Future of Media Now

The Future of Media Now

Our world is changing, people consume media in different ways and TV Producers, traditional Broadcasters and upstart Online Content Creators will all have to adapt because the convergence rallying cry of a decade ago was wrong. Content isn’t king, the consumer is and how and when, where and why they want to watch, listen and more »

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TV is Happiness – In Bhutan

TV is Happiness – In Bhutan

Bhutan village feels the power of TV What happens when a remote village in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan gets electricity and television? “Happiness,” a new documentary by the Frenchman Thomas Balmes, shines a light on the power and risks of the small screen. In 1999, authorities in Bhutan — which famously measures prosperity by more »

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