Due to the long hours of daily TV viewing by children, the entertaining nature of the contents and the impact of the images shown, it is believed that TV viewing has strong influences on children’s physical and psychological development. In particular, since TV sets were first introduced to general households, there has been a concern that TV viewing may have adverse effects on academic skills, intellectual abilities and cognitive skills.
MEDIA ASIA （Volume 37, Number 1, 2010）
2. HOW TO REBUILD A CABLE NETWORK
The cable industry has got itself a case of rebrand fever. Numerous media companies are already relaunching networks, the M & A market is positioned to heat up and a handful of networks’ growth has plateaued.
BROADCASTING & CABLE （March 29 2010）
3. CHINA’S GROWTH STRATEGY: CROSSING, CONVERGENCE AND VALUE ADDING
In 2010, China will undoubtedly be the core region providing growth opportunities for broadcast service equipments providers in the Asia-Pacific. Concepts such as HD, interactivity, network convergence, value adding and the next-generation broadcast network will provide more dynamism with the country’s broadcast landscape.
ASIA-PACIFIC BROADCASTING （April 2010）
4. VOICE SOCIAL NETWORKING IN INDIA OFFERS ADVERTISER PO-TENTIAL
When the new voice social networking service Bubbly became instantly popular in India – and on its way to making a profit – advertisers questioned what they could do to get in on this social networking fad, and why it may already be a niche-market product.
MEDIA （8 April 2010）