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Turn Me On – TV’s New Life

Turn Me On – TV’s New Life

What Happens to Traditional TV When Technology Creates New Ways to Watch? (via PBS News Hour) JUDY WOODRUFF: The new fall TV season is getting under way, a critical time for broadcast networks and the industry. But it’s a business that’s evolving faster than ever, with new players hungry for eyeballs and dollars and established 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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Move Over K-Pop, K-Flicks Are Here

Move Over K-Pop, K-Flicks Are Here

K-Flicks: Korean filmmakers storm Hollywood Proving what we’ve always said, ‘That film and Television are universal mediums”, Korean Cinema is going through somewhat of a renaissance. And we’re not surprised. South Korea is a tech savvy, media savvy economy with some really talented and creative people. Like K-Pop before it, we predict big things for more »

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Drink Like a Hollywood A-Lister

Drink Like a Hollywood A-Lister

Our wine lifestyle TV series Wine Portfolio searches the globe for the best in food, drink and luxury travel. It’s a wonder that the WP team has survived this many years but they have and they’re always looking for ways to bring the experiences they enjoy to their worldwide audience. And so here is a 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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The Insider’s Guide to Successful Business Trips: 3 Must-Haves

The Insider’s Guide to Successful Business Trips: 3 Must-Haves

Our globe trotting TV series Going Global has some indispensable advice for anyone who travels the world for business. We thought we’d share it with you. When a globe-trotting television crew heads abroad a minimum of twice monthly, hotels and airlines are a primary focus, but after these needs are met, we find ourselves in 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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Inspiration in Asia’s World City: Art Basel Comes to Hong Kong

Inspiration in Asia’s World City: Art Basel Comes to Hong Kong

Let’s Shop’s Host and world-renowned Interior Designer Cheryll Gillespie just returned from filming in Hong Kong where she had a very exclusive look at Art Basel Hong Kong, one of the world’s great art events. The Designer in her was inspired. Here are some of her ideas on how to include art in all of more »

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YouTube Killed the Television Star

YouTube Killed the Television Star

Media is evolving, audiences are changing and our business is never going to be the same again. A decade ago web videos tried to emulate television, 5 years ago TV started to try to duplicate the online experience, but today the two platforms don’t compete as much as coexist.  And that’s good for traditional television 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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