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ATF to showcase over 700 hours of compelling Asian stories for global market

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SINGAPORE: Singapore makes a strong showing at this year’s Asia Television Forum and Market (ATF) 2016, with the participation of 65 local media companies showcasing over 700 hours of compelling Asian stories for the global market.

The ATF, part of the on-going Singapore Media Festival (SMF), officially opens today and runs until 9 December. Over the next three days, the Singapore Pavilion will play host to an exciting line-up of partnership and investment announcements by Singapore content creators, as well as Sneak Peeks of fresh film, television and digital content expected to be released in the coming year. This includes a multi-financing deal with Kathy Morgan International, cross-border partnerships for the launch of a new Food Channel, as well as the world’s first VR lifestyle web-series!

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Tech Storm, the entrepreneur TV, arrives at ATF 2016

Tech Storm, a next-generation media delivering inspiring video and editorial content to a global community of tech-loving fans across Asia-Pacific markets, will be exhibiting at Asia TV Forum 2016 at the Singapore Pavilion from 7 – 9 Dec.

 

https://goo.gl/5YqVUx

BeVRR announces world’s first VR lifestyle web-series – the inaugural investment of the BeVRR VR Fund 

BeVRR, Asia’s premier Virtual Reality VR Company, will be releasing Dining Stars, the world’s first 8-episode lifestyle series on 14 Dec 216. Dining Starts was filmed entirely in 360 degree Virtual Reality format, and will invite viewers to dine with supermodel Rebecca Tan and celebrity guests in the heart of award-winning restaurants. The series is the inaugural investment of the BeVRR VR Fund.

 

https://goo.gl/qFSnvo

Singapore-based Hiverlab debuts its new independent 360-degree VR documentary, Against Blue Currents, at ATF 2016

Hiverlab, a Singapore-based Virtual Reality Storytelling company, debuts its 360-degree documentary, Against Blue Currents, telling of a group of handicapped divers' diving experiences in Redang Island, Malaysia. Both aerial and underwater 360-degree filming tech solutions developed by the production team were applied in this production.

 

https://goo.gl/lRDW9e

Singapore-based Ying Group’s BIG FOOD was named Best Infotainment Show at the 3rd Asia Rainbow TV Awards

Ying Group’s Big Food sees host Greta Georges discovering what it takes to make, manage and move massive amounts of food.

https://goo.gl/WUFgw0

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