Tags : TV Show


Thailand’s Got Talent is back with a bang

After a one-year hiatus, Thailand’s Got Thailand (TGT) is back on the small screen, with the premiere on Workpoint 23 last Monday. Having produced the Thai version from Season 1-6, formerly aired on Channel 3, Workpoint Entertainment is familiar with the format conceived by TV mogul, Simon Cowell. Full story: Bangkok Post KANOKPORN CHANASONGKRAM BANGKOK […]Read More


New format for PM’s TV talk show

PRIME Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has decided to revamp his weekly national television address by having a host ask him questions and him answering public complaints. In the new format of the 50-minute “Return Happiness to the People” programme starting last night, Prayut sat and talked to Deputy Government Spokeswoman Thaksada Sangkhachan. Read more: The NationRead More


NBT modernizing television programs

BANGKOK, 26 March 2016 (NNT) – The National Broadcasting Services of Thailand (NBT) is improving its news programs, making sure that it delivers the most up-to-date information to members of the public. Speaking after his meeting with the NBT’s program development committee, M.L. Panadda Diskul, Minister attached to the Office of the Prime Minister, said […]Read More


Advertisers begin pulling ads out of celebrity TV host’s popular

Some advertisers have pulled their advertisements from Channel 3’s news reporting programme hosted by well-known TV anchorman Sorayuth Suthasanajinda, according to the Media Agency Association of Thailand president Wanee Ratanaphol. She said some groups of advertisers, notably those giant or international level companies, such as banks, have pulled out their commercial advertisements with regard to […]Read More


Junta to Invite Yingluck, Abhisit for TV Discussion

BANGKOK — Thailand’s ruling military junta is planning to invite prominent politicians from the country’s rival factions to discuss the government’s reform plans on national television. Gen. Udomdet Sitabutr, a junta member and army chief, said the TV show will be launched by the junta-appointed Center for Reconciliation and Reform (CRR), and allow politicians to […]Read More


Hollywood Studios Sue 15 South Koreans for Subtitling Their TV

Published on 7 August 2014 – Studios including Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox are suing 15 South Koreans for creating their own homemade subtitles in Korean for popular shows in English. The subtitles were most likely written and stored in extension (.smi) files, which are designed to sync with a content file so that […]Read More


Prayuth’s TV show moved out of prime time

Coup leader Prayuth Chan-ocha is giving up his prime-time television slot, moving his “Returning Happiness to the People” show three hours earlier in a move that allows for the return of sports and soap operas. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More