Kia Ling Teoh

Kia Ling Teoh

Kia Ling joined IHS in April 2014 as an analyst, based in Penang, Malaysia. Her research focuses on the development of the advertising and television programming markets in Asia Pacific. She contributes to a wide range of consultancy projects across the IHS client base and plays a key role in forecasting trends in the countries for which she is responsible for. 

Prior to joining IHS, Kia Ling was a lead analyst at the Governance, Risk and Compliance division of Thomson Reuters.

She holds an MSc in International Business Management from University of Kent and BA in Translation and Interpretation from University of Science Malaysia. Kia Ling is fluent in English, Chinese Mandarin and Malay.

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Advertising: M&A Market Monitor H2 2016

The bi-annual M&A Market Monitor identifies the key investments in the media landscape. Traditional advertising players, broadcasting groups, agency titans, and online giants are the main investors, but we are increasingly witnessing telecoms, private equity firms, and consultancy firms engage in similar activities.

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Media & Advertising
South Korean broadcasters launch Kocowa, a new online streaming service in the US

Three of South Korea's leading broadcasters have launched Kocowa (Korean Content Wave), an online video streaming service, in the US. The service, launched on 24 July, is backed by Korean Content Platform (KCP), a US-based joint venture company between Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) and Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS). The service offers content from these broadcasters with English subtitles, with some shows airing six hours after broadcast in South Korea.

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Media & Advertising Mobile & Telecom
Online and on-demand children’s content

This report is based on analysis of 195 on-demand services that offer children's content in 45 countries across all region. This includes services launched by TV broadcasters and new players outside of the traditional TV business.

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Media & Advertising
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