The Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (CASBAA) has announced four new Corporate Members of the Association, along with one upgraded membership from Corporate to Patron status.
The four organisations signed as Corporate Members are Microsoft Corporation, European broadcaster Deutsche Welle, global private equity firm Providence Equity Partners, and US-based religious television network TBN. The newly upgraded Patron Member is Netherlands-based satellite communication services provider SES New Skies.
Simon Twiston Davies, CEO, CASBAA, said, “We are delighted to see the continuous growth of the CASBAA membership base. The new memberships further demonstrate the depth of commitment to developing the traditional pay-TV industry and new digital video distribution networks.”
CASBAA now represents the interests of some 128-member companies from across
15 Asia Pacific markets, covering multiple sectors, including cable, satellite, broadband and mobile TV content suppliers and platforms, as well as digital services and equipment vendors.
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. The Association represents some 128 Asia-based corporations, which in turn serve more than three billion people.