Jun Wen Woo

Jun Wen Woo

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 online video models through the continuous desk research as well as extensive interview work.

Jun Wen 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 is based in Penang, Malaysia.


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Broadcast Asia 2017 – AI and personalisation in future of video industry

Broadcast Asia 2017, held in Singapore from 23-25 May 2017, gathered industry experts to share insights on strategies and solutions for businesses to cater to the changing ways of media consumption. CommunicAsia, and EnterpriseIT were the two other events that were held by the same organiser on the same dates. Together, three exhibitions span 65,000 square metres across Marina Bay Sands and Suntec Singapore, hosting 1,800 exhibitors from 62 countries.

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Smartphone drives South Korean online video growth

South Korean broadband household penetration reached 83% in 2011 and continues to rise, increasing to 85% by the end of 2016. Pay TV homes increased from 15 million in 2011 to almost 18 million over the same period as the market matured. The annual revenue per user (ARPU) of a pay TV service in South Korea was USD 215 in 2016, more than two times bigger than the ARPU for online video subscription, which was USD 97.

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iflix Arabia is now available in Middle East and North Africa

Southeast Asian online video service, iflix is now available in eight countries in Middle East and North Africa region (MENA), including Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Lebanon, Egypt and Sudan. iflix partnered with Zain, a Kuwait-based MENA mobile operator, to establish a joint venture called iflix Arabia. iflix has set up a new regional headquarters for MENA in Dubai. iflix claims to be the only international online video subscription service with full scale localised operations in each of its territories and with global headcount of 700 staff across 24 offices worldwide.

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