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Thailand's largest pay-TV operator TrueVisions extends partnership with Synamedia

LONDON and SINGAPORE, 15 January 2019 – Synamedia, the largest independent video software provider, today announced it has extended its seven-year partnership with TrueVisions, Thailand’s leading pay-TV operator.

Cable TV Local Cable Operators
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Realme introduces its new visual identity system and logo

Realme, the smartphone brand that specializes in providing high quality products for youth, launched its fully upgraded Brand Visual Identity system and Logo to provide a new visual experience and emotional connection with young consumers.

MAM Marketing MAM
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'Porus' finds an audience in more countries

MUMBAI: In another shot in the arm for Indian television producers, the producers of mythological show Porus, Swastik Productions, have managed to bag content syndication deals in Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. Speaking to Indiantelevision.com, Swastik Productions founder Rahul...

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See kid's success from new aspect: Lego campaign

Innovation is seen as the key to progress and growth– the elusive spark that ignites the next big thing. And amazing creations and innovations all spark from remarkable imagination. But concerned with academic pursuits, adults might unknowingly stifle the growth of kids’imagination - especially as...

MAM Media and Advertising Ad Campaigns
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Cyberbullying may lead to depression in Asian kids

MUMBAI: Telenor Group, on this Safer Internet Day 2017, released results from a survey of parents and adults across Asia in order to give greater visibility of the types of digital bullying affecting youth and how they deal with it. The survey was conducted over Facebook with 320 respondents...

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