Jun Wen Woo

Jun Wen Woo

Ms. Jun Wen Woo is a senior research analyst for Online Video at IHS Markit.

Ms. Jun Wen is an analyst for broadband and mobile media teams. Her research covers the digital video markets in the Asia Pacific region. Her main responsibilities include maintaining the IHS Markit online video models through the continuous desk research, as well as extensive interview work. She also covers the mobile content and services market. Her research and analysis include studies on mobile operators and media companies’ mobile content strategies, the impact of over-the-top messaging and communications apps and how mobile content providers can best monetize mobile media. She holds a master degree in Applied Statistics and degree of Economics from University of Malaya, Malaysia. She is fluent in Mandarin, English and Malay. Jun Wen Woo is based in Penang, Malaysia.


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Messaging and Social Platforms Market Monitor Q2 2018

The leading mobile messaging apps tracked by IHS Markit had a combined user base of 6.3 billion monthly active users (MAUs) by the end of June 2018, up 12% from 5.6 billion a year earlier. The year-over-year growth rate has slowed, down from 15% over the previous 12 months and 23% over the 12 months to June 2016. All the major messaging companies continue to focus on user engagement over user acquisition, introducing new content and services to increase user ‘stickiness’, while apps that have achieved a significant number of active users have also shifted their focus to monetisation.

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China media watchdog continues to tighten control over foreign content

The National Administration of TV and Radio (NATR), the newly formed Chinese media regulator, has published a draft discussion of the Provisions on Administration of Import and Broadcasting of Overseas Audio-Visual Programs. The provisions will aim to regulate the distribution of foreign content, including movies, TV shows, animation and documentaries. Media industry players were invited to comment on the draft until 19 October 2018.

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IPTV driving growth in Asia-Pacific, where cable has a strong footprint
IPTV driving growth in Asia-Pacific, where cable has a strong footprint

Pay TV homes in the Asia-Pacific region rose 5.7 percent to reach 76 percent of all homes in 2017. The number of pay TV homes will continue to rise steadily, from 632 million homes in 2017 to 743 million by the end of 2022.

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