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About Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia

The Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (CASBAA) is an industry-based advocacy group dedicated to the promotion of multi-channel TV via cable, satellite, broadband and wireless video networks across the Asia-Pacific. CASBAA represents some 130 member organisations in the pay-TV business, which in turn serve more than three billion people. Patron members include Al-JazeeraAl Jazeera, Asia Broadcast Satellite, AsiaSat, ASTRO, Australia Network, Bloomberg Television, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, Disney-ABC International Television (Asia-Pacific), Genesis Networks, HBO Asia, Intelsat, Irdeto, ITV Global Entertainment, Macquarie Group, MTV Networks Asia, NBC Universal Networks Asia Pacific, NDS, now TV, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Qualcomm MediaFLO Technologies, SES WORLD SKIES, SingTel, Sony Pictures Television International, STAR Group, Tiger Gate Entertainment, Tom Group, TrueVisions, Turner International Asia Pacific and VOOM HD Networks Asia.

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Bangladesh B'cast & Cable TV Services Severely Disrupted by Interference
Bangladesh's broadcasting and cable and satellite TV operators, in co-ordination with the international satellite communications industry, have called for the Government of Bangladesh to take rapid action to halt the disruption of TV services suffered by millions of Bangladeshis

CASBAA Convention 2010 Finishes Strongly; Ian Carroll Wins CASBAA Chairman's Award
At the close of the CASBAA Convention 2010 today, it was announced that Ian Carroll, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Turner Broadcasting Systems, Asia Pacific, Inc., has been awarded the prestigious Annual CASBAA Chairman's Award. "Ian has provided invaluable counsel and inspiration to the CASBAA Board for the last four years," said Marcel Fenez, Chairman of CASBAA

At CASBAA Convention 2010, Broadcast Industry CEOs Optimistic about Industry's Future - Executives Embrace New Media and Technological Change, While Reaffirming the Role of Valuable Content
The results of a new CASBAA CEO Survey, released today at the Convention 2010, reveal growing optimism within the Asia Pacific pay-TV industry, as well as the increasing impact of technological change. Conducted by research specialists Synovate,the survey of 100 CEOs shows that 84 percent plan to expand their businesses "within and beyond" their current markets

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