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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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TV is Not Always Glamorous

TV is Not Always Glamorous

Our TV Series Going Global celebrates the art of international travel. As TV Producers our teams spend a lot of their lives flying across the globe. This can be a dream job but as Columnist and seasoned TV veteran Steph Ridalgh explains it can also be exhausting. Flying around the world can from the outside 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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China Calling

China Calling

Every Filmmaker, Story Teller, Producer and budding young Director needs to understand the Chinese film market. It is in a word hot. Across the country nearly 30 movie screens open each day, box office revenues are up over 50{5ca2eb384d09d98d15e1efd1e27b66aae779e3e721a4a8d35c0ac7b222cb3660} year over year and China, which is already the world’s 2nd largest film market, will one 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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The New Media Frontier: Streaming in China

The New Media Frontier: Streaming in China

By now everyone in media should know how important China is to the industry and how this nation of 1.36 billion people is resetting the rules for Hollywood, Bollywood and all points in between. So whether you’re a content creation company in Tianjin or Toronto you’d better stand up and take notice. You can’t afford more »

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And Now A Word From Our Sponsor

And Now A Word From Our Sponsor

When is a Hotel a TV Network? There’s been a lot of talk lately in our business about branded content. Branded content is broadly described as blogs, pictures, videos, short films, almost anything which is created to advance corporate identities by appealing to a specific demographic.  It’s the next phase of convergence; a blending of more »

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Negotiations Around the World

Negotiations Around the World

The one thing we have learned producing TV series in over 100 countries across the globe and selling our media properties to the international market, is that every culture has their own way of doing business. Some cultures prize speed and efficiency, while over rely more on getting to know their potential partners. It can more »

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媒体的未来

媒体的未来

The world of media is changing and not just in the West but throughout Asia as well. In China there’s a renaissance of online streaming media companies which is leading to phenomenal growth and some very neat business plans. Clearly the world of tomorrow is going to look very different than the world of today more »

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