Asia-Pacific

  • Yet Another Overseas Executive Departs Twitter

    … Twitter’s overseas operations took yet another hit, as managing director of Southeast Asia, India, the Middle East and North Africa Parminder Singh is leaving the company. Earlier this week, vice president of media for the Asia-Pacific region, Middle East and North Africa Rishi Jaitly made a similar announcement. Singh announced his move…

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  • Reporters, Editors Still Rely on ‘Old Media’ (Study)

    … outlets are the most trusted news sources. Other findings by Oglivy PR included: 52 percent of respondents believe that the more a brand is covered by traditional media channels, the more credible that brand appears to its key stakeholders. Social media was the most influential in the Asia-Pacific region, at 38 percent, while traditional media…

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  • 2016 Facebook and Instagram Awards Winners

    … Facebook announced the winners of its 2016 Facebook and Instagram Awards. The social network highlighted the following trends among this year’s entries in an email to SocialTimes: More than three-quarters of winning entries from Europe and the Middle East included a video component, with that figure reaching 80 percent in the Asia-Pacific…

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  • Parse Reports Explosive Asia-Pacific Growth

    … Facebook-owned cloud application platform Parse touted its strong growth in the Asia-Pacific region during the first half of 2014 in a blog post by its founder and CEO, Ilya Sukhar. According to Sukhar, active apps on the Parse platform grew by nearly 90 percent in the region during the first six months of the year, and apps that use all three…

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  • Mark Zuckerberg Meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

    … Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg continued his travels through Asia with a visit to Japan, where he met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Zuckerberg has already made stops in India, Indonesia and South Korea this month. The Government and Politics on Facebook page shared the photo above of Zuckerberg and Abe, along with the following…

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