Thai TV production firm to set up Myanmar studios

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Film studio lightsThailand-based television production firm BEC-Tero Entertainment said it aims to build its own studios in Yangon, Myanmar, to respond to increasing demand for TV programmes from broadcasters in that country, Eleven Myanmar reported.

BEC-Tero would invest in new TV studios that will help its joint venture Forever BEC-Tero co-produce drama programmes and talk shows for Channel 7 in Myanmar.

Forever BEC-Tero is a joint venture with Myanmar broadcaster Forever Group, the operator of free-to-air Channel 7 and MRTV-4. The group also runs a number of radio stations and about 70 pay-TV channels, including 10 digital channels and seven high-definition ones.

The company said it had received requests from the Myanmar broadcaster for more programmes for its TV stations, almost double the current production.

Under this partnership, BEC-Tero, which is a sister company of Bangkok Entertainment Company, the operator of Thai TV Channel 3, aims to share its expertise in TV and radio production or even event organising skills with teams in Myanmar.

BEC-Tero aims to use Myanmar as the second base for its entertainment and sports business in the region once the ASEAN Economic Community arrives in two years from now.

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Thailand-based television production firm BEC-Tero Entertainment said it aims to build its own studios in Yangon, Myanmar, to respond to increasing demand for TV programmes from broadcasters in that country, Eleven Myanmar reported.

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Film studio lightsThailand-based television production firm BEC-Tero Entertainment said it aims to build its own studios in Yangon, Myanmar, to respond to increasing demand for TV programmes from broadcasters in that country, Eleven Myanmar reported.

BEC-Tero would invest in new TV studios that will help its joint venture Forever BEC-Tero co-produce drama programmes and talk shows for Channel 7 in Myanmar.

Forever BEC-Tero is a joint venture with Myanmar broadcaster Forever Group, the operator of free-to-air Channel 7 and MRTV-4. The group also runs a number of radio stations and about 70 pay-TV channels, including 10 digital channels and seven high-definition ones.

The company said it had received requests from the Myanmar broadcaster for more programmes for its TV stations, almost double the current production.

Under this partnership, BEC-Tero, which is a sister company of Bangkok Entertainment Company, the operator of Thai TV Channel 3, aims to share its expertise in TV and radio production or even event organising skills with teams in Myanmar.

BEC-Tero aims to use Myanmar as the second base for its entertainment and sports business in the region once the ASEAN Economic Community arrives in two years from now.

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