Satellite Technology Feature Article
Hunan STV's New Year Variety Show Includes GMEC Artists
By Carolyn J Dawson, TMCnet Contributor
Hunan Satellite Television, or Hunan STV, will be hosting a National Broadcast New Year variety show in China. The show, which will welcome 2013, will include artists from Great China Mania Holdings, Inc.
Hunan STV is a provincial government satellite TV station in China that has been in operation for well over a decade. After CCTV, Hunan STV is the most-viewed channel in China. Viewers in the majority of China along with Macau, Hong Kong, and Taiwan can enjoy programs on Hunan STV. Hunan STV is also available globally in areas like North America, Japan, Australia and Europe.
In a statement, Wai Hung Yau, CEO of GMEC said, "Our artist Mia Chan (http://youtu.be/RdLG-HTyRa0) will present in the variety show and performs in a DJ show section. It helps GMEC and our artists to gain exposure in China through a National Broadcast TV show."
Leisure and lifestyle-associated electronic contents are offered by the electronic content provider, GMEC. The organization offers this content via portal websites and key mobile network operators. Conventional paper magazines are also developed by the organization by utilizing this digital content. An artist management organization, which can advantageously utilize the reputation of artists and celebrities in stories and event creations, is also operated by the organization in order to assist the stipulation of digital content.
GMEC and its subsidiaries also offer services like project management, publication of magazines; retail operation of video games and accessories; and speculation activities. Artists are assisted by the organization to take part in movies, event management, and endorsement for its customers. Eight magazines, which specialize in computer technologies, video games, digital equipment, and automobiles, are published by the organization every week or twice a week. GMEC also operates two retail stores that sell video game machines along with video games and accessories.
On March 16, 2011, the organization, previously known as Great East Bottles & Drinks (China) Holdings, Inc., changed its name to Great China Mania Holdings, Inc. The organization has its corporate headquarters in Kowloon, Hong Kong.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman