CASBAA adds two new members

Hong Kong : Representing the diverse stakeholders in the multichannel video delivery market across the Asia Pacific, CASBAA continues to build its profile by welcoming four additional companies to its membership roster: MCOT Public Company Limited of Thailand, Times Television Network of India, Great Wall Industry Corporation of China and Dolby Laboratories of the United States.

“The CASBAA Board of Directors is delighted to welcome four major players into the CASBAA fold,” said Marcel Fenez, Chairman, CASBAA. “MCOT, Times Television Network, Great Wall Industry Corp. and Dolby Laboratories truly represent the range of interests directly influenced by the ongoing development of the multichannel video market in Asia.”

MCOT, a new Patron member of the Association, is a Bangkok-based multi-media company encompassing television stations, including Channel 9 and Modernine, and a burgeoning multi-channel television platform.

Times Television Network – TNN is an English-language, satellite-based news television provider through its Times Now brand and part of media conglomerate Bennett, Coleman and Co. Ltd. TNN also runs several TV channels including Times NOW, ET NOW, Movies NOW and Zoom.

China Great Wall Industry Corp – Established in 1980, CGWIC is the sole commercial organization authorized by the government of China providing satellite launch services. CGWIC also undertakes the international marketing of civilian products and services for China’s space technology and services.

Dolby Laboratories – As an innovator for audio entertainment, Dolby Labs was established by Ray Dolby with noise reduction systems to enhance recorded sound quality. Today, Dolby is synonymous with quality audio for broadcast services throughout the world.

“The addition of these dynamic market makers underlines CASBAA’s reach across multiple industries,” said Marcel Fenez, Chairman, CASBAA. “The technology and geographic impact of the CASBAA Membership continues to grow in line with the influence of the Association’s key messages in the age of multi-platform distribution.”

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