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The Future of Media

The Future of Media

Many people in our industry in the US and Canada have wondered why we have spent so much time and money expanding in Asia over the last decade. The answer is simple; demographics. Every day over 60 percent of the world’s population wakes up, goes to school or work and consumes media. In our business more »

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Move Over Millennials

Move Over Millennials

The media world is going to be rocked yet again. Just as most creative executives are wrapping their heads around Millenials, the Gen Zs have arrived. Some people call this group iGen reflecting their internet prowess and that seems like a pretty good moniker for this demographic. Like the Millennials and Boomers before them will more »

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Why Hollywood is Trolling China

Why Hollywood is Trolling China

In case you were wondering why Hollywood has been courting China over the last few years, all you have to do is look at the staggering box office receipts for the country. In much the same way that the US Thanksgiving starts a holiday box office rush in the US, the Chinese New Year is more »

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Water for People

Water for People

We recently were involved with a project for the United Nations Development Program in Thailand which sought to use best practices from small communities across the country to make big changes in the care and use of water. Fresh, potable water remains an important goal for many and learning ways to protect and conserve this more »

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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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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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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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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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Happy Chinese New Year

Happy Chinese New Year

We wish a happy and prosperous new year to our friends, partners, broadcasters and team members in China and around the world. May this be a Spring Festival filled with fun and laughter. The Year of the Monkey celebrates those who are ambitious and adventurous so here’s to an exciting year ahead.

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Welcome to a New World

Welcome to a New World

Every year at 12:01 am on January 1st the world seems to start anew. Of course for our partners in China this renewal really kicks in after the Chinese New Year, but when it does it means people get back to work with a fresh perspective. For our family of creative people all across the more »

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