What is behind the recent slew of appointments at the top of the networks?
ASIA-PACIFIC - Universal McCann, a division of Mediabrands, has named Henry Tajer (pictured) as regional president for Asia-Pacific.
SHANGHAI - Aegis Greater China has denied that the media group's global layoffs will affect the country.
HONG KONG - Carat Hong Kong has been awarded Virgin Atlantic's digital and media business in Hong Kong, dislodging incumbent MEC.
Zubin Gandevia has used an entrepreneurial background to drive the pay-TV group's expansion.
MUMBAI - Peter (pictured) and Indrani Mukerjea, co-founders of Indian cable content producer, INX Media, have resigned from their management roles at the company, although they will continue to be shareholders.
LONDON - Hearst Magazines International, who are in a joint venture with the South China Morning Post Group to publish Chinese versions of Cosmopolitan and Harper's Bazaar in Hong Kong and Macau, has appointed Duncan Edwards (pictured) president and CEO of the company replacing outgoing George J Green.
ATV and TVB are working to keep viewers from turning to cable TV or the web.
HONG KONG - Two big names from Hong Kong's telecom industry, Ricky Wong Wai-kay and Linus Cheung, have taken the helm of Asia Television (ATV) in an effort to turn its fortunes around.
HONG KONG - Television station TVB today laid off seven per cent of its work force, totalling 212 members of staff.
GLOBAL - BBC.com plans to localise its content as the site enters its second year, after a strong start to its operations.
HONG KONG - Mobil Travel Guide (MTG) has launched its travel guide and hotel rating system in Hong Kong and Macau ahead of expansion around the region.