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Cross Cultural Learnings on TV

Cross Cultural Learnings on TV

We recently wrapped the Canadian portion of a large China-Canada production for the TV series We Are Young. The show which is now in it’s second year on CCTV 2 in China had ratings of between 24mm and 36mm viewers per episode last season. By American standards these numbers are HUGE. So we’re thrilled to more »

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It’s a Wrap… For Now

It’s a Wrap… For Now

What happens when you bring a 40 person Chinese TV Crew along with 5 high school students to London, Ontario?  You have a cross cultural learning experience which will change people’s lives in both China and Canada. Oh and London may never be the same again! CCTV2’s hit TV Series We Are Young produced by more »

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Why Netflix is Pretty Chill

Why Netflix is Pretty Chill

Netflix has a success problem. Some 42 percent of households in the U.S. are subscribers, and nearly 40 percent of global Internet traffic can be attributed to the streaming service. The majority of Netflix’s TV library comes from broadcast and basic cable networks, which are realizing they may have sown the seeds of their own more »

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3 Chefs, 1 City Debuts in Canada

3 Chefs, 1 City Debuts in Canada

Chefs are the new rock stars and 3 Chefs, 1 City has an up close and personal look at the world’s most famous, most outrageous and most well respected culinary geniuses. Already a hit on the Asian Food Channel, 3 Chefs has now debuted nationally in Canada on Makeful, a new lifestyle specialty channel celebrating more »

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Asia Rising Launches in Thai

Asia Rising Launches in Thai

Asia Rising which is an epic TV series that looks at how a changing Asia will impact our world recently launched an all-Thai version on Thailand’s leading broadcaster Channel 3 (SD). Seen nationally at 10:20 PM, Asia Rising in Thai builds upon the successful English version of the series recently acquired by Turner Broadcasting’s new more »

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3 Chefs is Hitting the Road

3 Chefs is Hitting the Road

To promote the launch of our foodie TV series 3 Chefs, 1 City on Asian Food Channel, Ian Kittichai is doing a select number of live events across Asia. It’s a great chance for Asian food fans to get up close and personal with one of the most celebrated Chefs in Asia. Here are the more »

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Foodie Culture: Around the World in 118 Tweets

Foodie Culture: Around the World in 118 Tweets

As we prepare to launch our newest TV series 3 Chefs, 1 City, our Editorial Team has been very busily immersing themselves in the global food culture. Part of being a great Producer is learning,  living and loving your subject, so we’ve been reaching out to content partners, connecting with Foodies around the world and more »

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The Rise of the Middle Class – Asia’s Contribution

The Rise of the Middle Class – Asia’s Contribution

We are living in the midst of a revolution that will profoundly change our world. Welcome to a planet dominated by healthy, wealthy, middle class consumers. Our TV Series Asia Rising is committed to bringing global audiences compelling stories of how Asia will change the world in the years ahead. One of the dominant themes more »

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Rising Spirits

Rising Spirits

Our TV Series Wine Portfolio which explores the wine lifestyle isn’t a stickler for vino, no our Editors love all things alcoholic. And they’ve also been on the leading edge of understanding Asia’s dramatic new love affair with wine and spirits. We see the region’s growth and how this is leading to a whole new more »

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This Could be Anywhere, This Could Be Everywhere: Or Why Food Is Universal

This Could be Anywhere, This Could Be Everywhere: Or Why Food Is Universal

I was sitting in the Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo having a meeting with three very high profile Japanese media executives when suddenly the convivial atmosphere of endless quantities of sashimi and too much sake turned dark. One of my hosts, apparently feeling the effects of the sake or a certain comfort level with me, more »

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