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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The Online Subscription video market in India in 2018

The Indian online subscription video market in 2018. A brief and concise analysis on the major issues and the major developments that have affected the business and the market in 2018. The basic facts, the players, local and international, the investments, the content strategies and the regulatory regime.

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Media & Advertising
Korean broadcasters join forces with SK Telecom to step up original content production

Korean telco SK Telecom has signed a memorandum of understanding with the country's three leading broadcasters to integrate their online video platforms, Oksusu and POOQ. Broadcasters Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) and Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) operate POOQ through a joint venture called Content Alliance Platform. The new service will aim to create more local original content to fend off growing competition. According to reports, SK Telecom CEO Park Jung-Ho was seeking an initial investment of $180 million to produce original content; in comparison, Oksusu spent just $10 million on content last year. The company also aims to expand the new online video platform to Southeast Asia later in the year.

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Media & Advertising
Tencent sets out 2019 strategy for WeChat: Voice assistant, mini programs, and video

Tencent has revealed plans to integrate its voice-enabled digital assistant Xiaowei into its flagship messaging app WeChat. The integration will allow WeChat’s more than 1 billion active users to perform tasks such as playing music and hailing rides via voice command within the app. However, no further details on either the launch date of Xiaowei on WeChat or how many services it will support were revealed at the time of the announcement. In addition to revealing that WeChat has reached 1 billion daily active users during WeChat’s annual conference held in Guangzhou on 9 January 2019, Tencent unveiled 2019 plans to focus on developing mini programs by expanding the company’s advertising inventory, as well as adding a video-sharing feature to WeChat.

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Mobile & Telecom
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