By Robert Briel
April 9, 2012 08.45 Europe/London
Asia’s trade organisation CASBAA has added seven companies to its membership roll in Q1, 2012.
Dutch software R&D firm Exset joined as a patron member along with new corporate members including Japanese multichannel operator Jupiter Telecommunications (J:COM), US satellite manufacturer Orbital Science Corporation and broadcaster Setanta Sports and a Fashion One TV upgrade to patron membership.
Further additions of India-based global communications provider Tata Communications, publishing and media company Haymarket Media Group and Swedish software systems supplier Accedo reflect CASBAA’s growing effectiveness as an industry representative within Asia and worldwide.
“While we are firmly rooted in the Asia Pacific, it is highly encouraging to see so many non-domestic companies recognizing the importance of the region,” said Simon Twiston Davies, CEO, CASBAA, in a statement.
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