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Thursday, 26 January 2012 Written by Tim Goodyer
Monday, 21 May 2012 Written by Tim Goodyer
Dedicated to the design and manufacture of loudspeakers and audio components from its factory in Valencia, Spanish company Acustica Beyma is looking to appoint a sales manager to be based in Guangzhou, China.
The successful appliciant will be an experienced sales person, able to represent the company’s products to existing Chinese customers and to develop new business in China. They will also count experience of providing technical support in Guangzhou area.
Knowledge or experience with Chinese culture will be highly valuable, as will fluency in Spanish and a high level of English. Applicants should be able to operate with autonomy, and will be in constant contact with the company’s offices in Spain and on a daily basis with the current Chinese importer.
The successful candidate will also count with technical support in the area of Guangzhou Knowledge or experience with Chinese culture will be highly valuable.
The position will require residency within the Guangzhou area, and ability to make frequent trips within a 150km radius of the city, and to other areas of China.
The company offers a long-term career plan and attractive economic conditions, dependant on the candidate.
Applications should be made to Espartaco Saez, with CV and brief covering letter. Personal interviews will be held in the New Century Hotel, Guangzhou on 28-29 May 2012.
Thursday, 26 January 2012 Written by Tim Goodyer
Three years in the making, a new studio represents the future of China’s recording industry – and a bold move in a superstar’s long-term career plan.
Designed by Walters-Storyk Design Group, the Village Studios project is a good reflection of the interaction of company’s international offices. ‘It is interesting to note that neither distance nor language presented insurmountable barriers to our collaboration,’ WSDG principal John Storyk observes.
Thursday, 31 January 2013 Written by Tim Goodyer
While the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games provided China with an unmissable deadline to move into line with major Western broadcast standards, the Olympic limelight has now passed through London on its way to Rio de Janeiro, shifting China’s impetus for modernisation to its approaching switchover from analogue to digital TV broadcasting.
In addition to this, China’s take-up of High-Definition and 3D TV, along with the prospect of yet higher-definition picture standards, are also driving changes in both infrastructure and broadcast facilities. The opportunities here are great...
Friday, 21 September 2012 Written by Tim Goodyer
The highest rated TV show in China with 770m viewers, the Spring Festival Gala Evening marked its 30th anniversary earlier in 2012. Preparing for 2013’s event, CCTV seized the opportunity to create a new reality TV show around it – I Want To Perform at The Spring Festival Gala Evening.
This involves a series of competitions that offer the public to a chance to appear alongside the stars. And it, in turn, has become one of China’s most popular reality TV shows…
Saturday, 19 June 2010 Written by Tim Goodyer
7-10 June 2013
China International Exhibition Centre, Beijing, China
Monday, 06 May 2013 Written by Tim Goodyer
Portuguese audio manufacturer Next-proaudio has appointed distributors in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Vietnam for its loudspeaker, amplifier and processor systems, building on its present distribution in Malaysia, Taiwan and South Korea.
Under the new agreements, Real Music Acoustics & Lighting Technology takes on brand representation in China, Hong-Kong and Macau, with Newstar Music & Technology Joint Stock Company handling the Vietnam market. ‘These appopintments are highly important to Next-proaudio and will grow the company’s profile in Asia professional audio market,’ says Next-proaudio CEO, Antonio Correia. ‘This is a truly exciting progression that will ensure professional support to Next and NSound customers in these markets.’
‘Next-proaudio will be very important for Real Music, because the pricing and product quality fit with Real Music existing product lines, especially for the China market,’ says Richie Wang, Real Music Acoustics General Manager. ‘Also, Next-proaudio has products suited to a wide range of different project, and only needs a marketing strategy to build its presence in China.’
‘We are proud to be Next-proaudio’s distribution partner and expect it will bring important new opportunities for both companies,’ says New Star Music Technology General Manager. Thang Le. ‘Next-proaudio offers high-quality products for the Vietnam market, and we want to help the brand develop strongly.’
Wednesday, 14 November 2012 Written by Tim Goodyer
Martin Audio has appointed Chris Pyne as technical support specialist for the Asia-Pacific region (APAC). Having quit touring and returned in his native Australia, will represent Martin Audio throughout Southeast Asia, Japan, Korea, China, Indonesia Australia and New Zealand from his base in Melbourne.
One of the world’s leading sound engineers, Pyne has been a veteran of the international touring circuit for three decades. He now joins Andy Davies and his Jim Jorgensen in the Martin Audio technical application support team. He accepted the new position after being introduced to Technical Applications Manager, Andy Davies by Paul Timmins from Martin Audio rental partner, Capital Sound: ‘With my experience of Martin Audio touring systems it seemed a very easy decision to make,’ he says.
‘Chris’ depth of experience and knowledge will be a great addition and completes the initial phase of ensuring we have on the ground technical support in each of the key regions,’ says Martin Audio MD, Anthony Taylor. ‘Our goal is to ensure we are providing leading edge service and support to complement what I believe is the best performing touring system in the world.’
After running an MLA demo rig at the 02 Arena in London for the in late 2010, he was sold: ‘As most engineers know this venue is a major test of any speaker system, and that MLA was something special was evident from the moment it was switched on.’
He has also toured and performed as system tech at UK festivals and special events with Capital Sound, using their W8L Longbow (and other line array derivatives) over a ten-year period. And during his formative years as a sound engineer he also toured clubs and pubs with the legendary Philishave system. ‘It’s rare these days that revolutionary products like the MLA appear,’ he observesd. ‘To provide sound engineers and system techs with the ability to manipulate sound in the ways you can with the MLA VU-Net [software] is quite astounding.
‘I look forward to helping Martin Audio’s client network and distributors in the APAC region with MLA and other products and their applications – as well as representing them at various trade shows throughout the region.’
Tuesday, 01 June 2010 Written by Tim Goodyer
21-24 August 2013
CIEC, Beijing, China
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