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Foodie  // Posts tagged as "Foodie"

Millenials & Meals

Millenials & Meals

Re:Source Media has always been active in the food media space. It’s a genre we believe in. From TV series like 3 Chefs, 1 City and Wine Portfolio, to our investment in U-Feast and our strong Social Media presences in this space, we’ve long seen the growth and value of this space. We’ve especially focused more »

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We’re Not the Only Ones Excited About the Asian Food Scene

We’re Not the Only Ones Excited About the Asian Food Scene

French tire company and author of the most acclaimed and coveted global restaurant food ranking system, Michelin has recently announced 3 new guides focusing on Asia, Singapore, Seoul and now Shanghai. Having a city rated by Michelin is recognition that the regions culinary scene has indeed reached world-class proportions. The Michelin Guide Shanghai 2017 guidebook 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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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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Tasting Taiwan

Tasting Taiwan

TV shoots are always planned several months in advance since there are so many logistic and creative elements to coordinate. OK we have set shoots up in a just few days, but normally we like to take our time to properly research, plan and coordinate our productions. This lets our team get briefed, gives us more »

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