About China Meiti
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Keep Up on the Background to Media Technology Trends Across Greater China with the CHINA MEITI* web site & eNewsletter (*Putonhua/Mandarin for Media, pronounced ‘Matey’).
Supported by a regular eNewsletter, www.ChinaMeiti.biz features: Current China Market News Translated from Original Government & Private Sources; Original Articles & Interviews with Chinese Technology Decision Makers; Summaries of Editorial & Advertising Coverage in Chinese-language publications; Market Snapshots; Tradeshow and Dealer Advice from China Veterans; Regulatory Moves and more.
Yan “Nancy” Wang
Nancy is a graduate of the Communication University of China and holds a Bachelor Degree in Audio Engineering.
after undertaking her social practice with China Central TV Network (CCTV) and Zhejiang Satellite TV Network, Nancy worked at Fujian Satellite TV Network for five years as an Audio Engineer. She had her technical thesis published in a Chinese national broadcast magazine, CATV Technology.
In year 2005, Nancy started her job role as a Marketing Coordinator in the International Marketing Department of Miller Camera Support. She built up strong relationships with local and overseas (especially Chinese) dealers and broadcast professionals. She travelled extensively to visit Chinese customers and helped extend the business for Miller in the China market.
She has completed a Business Marketing course with TAFE NSW and graduated with Distinction and a “Multicultural Achievement Award” in 2010.
Nancy also served for a year as an online marketing volunteer for the SMPTE Australia Section.
Publisher Phil Sandberg has over 25 years experience reporting on technology and policy issues affecting the TV, radio and recording industries throughout Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.
In the year 2000, he launched the online whitepaper library www.broadcastpapers.com and followed this in 2003 with Content+Technology magazine ANZ. An Asia edition of the magazine was launched in 2012.
His other credits include U.S. publication TV Technology and eight years with Broadcast Engineering News. His work has also appeared in Internet World Australia, the IBC Daily News, Radio World, Production Solutions, Pro Sound News Asia, Personal Investor magazine and The Australian newspaper.
You can reach him on +61-(0)414671811, via Skype at broadcastpapers01 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org