Blog posts • Nov 09, 2016 20:55 +08
By winning the US presidency, Donald Trump has clearly recorded a measure of success through the way he communicated with voters. Senior business leaders ignore this at their peril (just ask Hillary Clinton). We draw lessons from Trump's surprising election victory.
News • Oct 05, 2016 13:47 +08
Conducting interviews with Chairmen and directors of SGX-listed companies, and researching the series of articles that appear in the supplement (link also below), I discovered the issue goes far beyond gender diversity itself.
News • Sep 19, 2016 09:21 +08
Ivanka Trump's combative interview with Cosmopolitan is a lesson for spokespeople who don't like the media's questions.
News • Sep 09, 2016 09:16 +08
In the movie Money Monster, a corporate spokesperson is under intense pressure to deliver answers live on television, while the TV anchor she is speaking to is being held hostage by a gunman. How would you react in such a situation?
News • Sep 07, 2016 09:10 +08
The New York Times exposed Donald Trump for scripting answers to questions supplied by Wayne T Jackson ahead of their scheduled recorded television interview. This embarrassed both the Republican presidential candidate, and Mr Jackson. So Mr Jackson did the only logical thing: he changed the questions.
News • Sep 05, 2016 09:17 +08
We have launched a new series on the Internet of Things for Nasdaq-listed Flex. As we went about producing the program, we were blown away by the job opportunities the Internet of Things present to skilled talent in our region.
News • Aug 29, 2016 09:15 +08
Hong Bao Media has launched a new portal that allows production companies and television stations to book our green screen studios in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
News • Aug 15, 2016 09:10 +08
Watch five communications experts share their street smart views on content marketing in the Singapore context.
News • Aug 04, 2016 10:16 +08
Our interview series with Forbes' 2016 list of 30-Under-30 Asian Unstoppable entrepreneurs is now live on the DBS YouTube channel.
News • Jul 29, 2016 22:51 +08
We have done it again, turning around six interviews recorded on the sidelines of the annual conference on the same day, to make them available to delegates before the conference ended. No mean feat, seeing that our eventv host Mark Laudi was also the conference anchor!
Press Releases • Jul 18, 2016 16:00 +08
HBM is launching an online presentation skills course for tomorrow's leaders. It is customisable yet scalable, it has both theory and practical elements, and it benefits both the universities which license the course and participants.
Blog posts • Jul 09, 2016 20:58 +08
UK Conservative Party candidate Andrea Leadsom may be beside herself over alleged misquotes in an article in London's Times newspaper. But she could have avoided the situation with these steps.
Press Releases • Jun 29, 2016 12:45 +08
Hong Bao Media has officially launched a new green screen TV studio and integrated training facility for media and communications training, television production and live webcasting.
Blog posts • Apr 30, 2016 10:04 +08
So, you want to produce a content marketing program and you have engaged a video crew. You want them to shoot the program at your factory overseas. What involvement do you need to have to ensure a smooth production and an award-winning program?
News • Apr 22, 2016 19:42 +08
We had very limited time to record interviews, and even less time to take the raw footage and publish them. But the interviews were published before the event was even over, thanks to our well-honed eventv processes and track record.
News • Apr 04, 2016 09:30 +08
Hong Bao Media has revamped its "Simon Says" series, in which frequent BBC commentator Simon Littlewood offers business viewers sophisticated yet street smart advice.
Hong Bao Media launches "Media Savvy" YouTube series to help executives perform better in media interviews
Press Releases • Apr 02, 2016 09:45 +08
In HBM's "Media Savvy" YouTube series, ex-CNBC anchor Mark Laudi discusses contemporary media issues and investigates what senior executives and government officials can take away from them for their own media strategies and appearances.