NTV Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. Established in Singapore
Nippon Television Network Corporation (Nippon TV) announces the establishment of NTV Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. (NTVAP), a local subsidiary in Singapore, as part of its continuing pursuit to become the leading media content company in Asia.
Nippon TV established a joint venture company with Sony Pictures Television Networks in May 2015 and, in October 2015, launched a new channel named GEM in Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, and Cambodia. Continuing on this momentum, NTVAP was incorporated to take advantage of the many vibrant markets in Asia in order to launch new businesses that will contribute to the economies and cultures in the region.
Nippon TV is committed to creating entertaining programs that speak straight to the heart of viewers throughout Asia.
|Name：||NTV Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.|
|Capital：||USD 1,000,000 (USD 100,000 as of this press release; |
capital to be increased going forward)
|Capital Contribution：||Nippon TV 100%|
|Representative：||Hidetoshi Hiramatsu |
(Currently Managing Director, International Business
Development; will assume new role in December 2015)
Nippon TV Companies Overseas
● NTV International Corporation (NTVIC)
Established in 1986 in New York, USA, NTVIC takes full advantage of the expertise that it has developed over almost 30 years in the USA to provide production and technical support not only for Nippon TV programs, but also to other companies. NTVIC is a comprehensive content production company that also produces content not intended for broadcast, such as product videos and music videos. With bureaus in Washington, DC and Los Angeles, NTVIC provides news from the entire American continent to Japan.
● NTV Europe (NTVE)
Established in 1992 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, NTVE is involved in a wide range of businesses that include research and analysis on the media and broadcasting industry, planning and execution of large-scale art exhibitions, production and coordination of television programs, and rights acquisition for broadcast content. The NTVE-organized exhibition "Impressionist Masterpieces from Marmottan Monet Museum," which features Impression, Sunrise and The Bridge of Europe, Saint-Lazare Station, is currently ongoing at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and runs until Sunday, December 13, 2015.