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Welcome to Re:Source Media an integrated broadcast organization that develops media properties for the world.

We're proud of our diverse body of work. From exciting new properties like 3 Chefs, 1 City and the landmark television series Asia Rising, to hit programs such as Going Global and Wine Portfolio, Re:Source Media's global footprint comes to life through our television, interactive web content, deep social media engagements and mobile applications.

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If I Should Fall From Grace With Guiness

If I Should Fall From Grace With Guiness The Economist explains: Why Guinness is less Irish than you think (via The ...

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TV is Happiness – In Bhutan

TV is Happiness – In Bhutan Bhutan village feels the power of TV (via AFP) What happens when a remote village ...

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The Future of TV is You

The Future of TV is You Viewer demands for control and for new experiences are impacting every aspect of the ...

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4K Coming to a Laptop Near You

4K Coming to a Laptop Near You How Netflix won CES (via Surut Personal) It’s not the TVs, it’s what you watch ...

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If I Should Fall From Grace With Guiness

If I Should Fall From Grace With Guiness

The Economist explains: Why Guinness is less Irish than you think (via The Economist) MARCH 17th is St Patrick’s day, a celebration of all things Irish—and of one thing in particular. Around Ireland and all over the world people will celebrate with a pint or two (or three, or four) of Guinness, Ireland’s unofficial national more »

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TV is Happiness – In Bhutan

TV is Happiness – In Bhutan

Bhutan village feels the power of TV (via AFP) What happens when a remote village in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan gets electricity and television? “Happiness,” a new documentary by the Frenchman Thomas Balmes, shines a light on the power and risks of the small screen. In 1999, authorities in…  

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