Media stocks continue to battle macro and industry concerns, despite signs that consumer and advertising spends have started to improve in many parts of Asia. Media stock averages through Jan. 15 close, compiled and tracked by industry analysts ... Media Business Asia, 1 week ago
The emerging online video sector in Asia-Pacific, a US$4.7 billion market in 2014, will represent a US$12.4 billion revenue opportunity by 2020, growing by 21% on average each year, according to a new report from industry analysts Media Partners ...Media Business Asia, 1 week ago MPA report values Asia Pacific online video revenue opportunity at $12 billion by 2020 Indian Television, 2 weeks ago Asia-Pac online video to be worth $12BN by 2020 Rapid TV News, 2 weeks ago New Report Forecasts Surge in AsiaPac Online Video Market World Screen News, 2 weeks ago
The country's pay TV operators have been seeing declines in their average revenue per unit (ARPU) as fiercer competition has forced them to lower subscription fees. Media firm Media Partners Asia (MPA) executive director Vivek Couto said on ...Jakarta Post, 1 week ago Pay Day World Screen News, 1 month ago
There's good news and bad news as media markets head into 2015. The bad news is that the broader economic landscape remains uneven, hampering growth across Asia-Pacific. A volatile macro environment in Brazil, Japan, Russia and the European Union ...Media Business Asia, 1 month ago
The Goa Arts and Literary Festival has been celebrating the margins ever since it began in 2010. The homegrown festival pays special attention to poetry, translations, graphic novels and most recently food bloggers. It also encourages contingents ...Goa Herald, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Advertising revenues in the Asia-Pacific region are set to pass $121bn by the end of this year according to a new report which sees the market growing at 5% in 2014 and at 5.7% in 2015 and China taking the top spot in 2016. Media Partners ...WARC, 2 months ago China Set to Become AsiaPac's Biggest Ad Market World Screen News, 2 months ago
Asian net advertising revenues, measured after discounts across 14 markets, will grow at 5.0% this year to top US$121 billion according to a report from Media Partners Asia (MPA). And this bullish forecast notwithstanding, MPA projects a ...Rapid TV News, 2 months ago APAC advertising to grow 5% in 2014 Advanced Television, 2 months ago Asia PAC advertising to grow 5% in 2014, 5.7% in 2015, 4.5%CAGR for 2014-19: MPA study Indian Television, 2 months ago
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