Facebook will officially launch its Hong Kong operation from early next year, with former Google executive Jayne Leung signing on as director of its North Asia division.

Facebook's Asia expansion now includes offices in Singapore, India and from the first quarter of 2011, Hong Kong.

Leung joins Facebook from The Rubicon Project and was a former head of media sales for Google Asia Pacific. The company will announce more staff in the coming weeks.

Leung reports to Stephen Dolan who heads up Facebook sales across Asia Pacific.

Dolan said the company will build up a local presence as the market demands.

Currently Facebook has more than 3.6 million users in Hong Kong, a small number compared to Southeast Asia markets like the Philippines and Indonesia, which alone has more than 31.4 million users.

Currently Starbucks Hong Kong is Facebooks most popular brand with 88,525 fans, followed by Sony Ericsson Hong Kong with 35,593.

The South China Morning Post is opening up its print, digital and event platforms to advertisers in a move it described as a new era in brand partnerships.

SCMP esb电竞数据投注电脑版 Services, a division that brings together marketing, advertising, creative services, custom publishing and digital, was unveiled by the publishing group in Hong Kong last night (16 November).

The unit has already worked with brands including Miele for its "Cool Redefined" event, Swire Properties for its Star Street Wine Walk and a major custom publishing project for Sino Land.

Elsie Cheung, director of advertising and marketing services for SCMP Group, said the media landscape is rapidly changing and the new offering is designed to help advertisers navigate this new marketing landscape.

"We have transformed the thinking and the mindset of the entire advertising department," Cheung said. "It's a dynamic time to be in newspapers and marketing, we have to be able to think on our feet. We know we have a great product to do this and take advantages of the changes that we see."

Sylvia Lee, assistant director SCMP esb电竞数据投注电脑版 Services, said its "hybrid marketing" formula is a new concept for newspaper publishers across Hong Kong.

"No other media in Hong Kong has delivered the breadth and depth of integrated services as we are about to offer," she said.

"The key to this vision is our ability to widen the scope of services to include custom publishing, event management, video production, creative services and other integrated solutions."

TVB general manager Stephen Chan has resumed his post at Hong Kong's biggest broadcast group, despite facing bribery and fraud charges.

A statement from TVB, said after careful consideration, the board decided to allow Chan to resume his as general manager of broadcasting, except for duties and work pertaining to artiste management and casting arrangement.

Chan, along with two defendants Tseng Pei-kun, director of Idea Empire Advertising and Wilson Chan Wing-shuen, TVB's head of business development of marketing and sales, faces five bribery and fraud charges.

"The board of directors of the company is aware that the allegations against him purport to relate to his involvement in artiste management and his performance in a show. His other duties and work at the Company are not the subject of investigation by ICAC," the statement said.

All three defendants are scheduled to appear in the district in the next week to enter pleas to the charges. TVB said it will continue to monitor the development of the legal proceedings against him.

PubliGroupe will close its custom publishing business in Hong Kong with CEO Monica Woo and managing director Scott Thoreau to depart by the year's end.

As part of a wide-ranging restructure of the listed Swiss company PubliGroupe, Emphasis Custom Publishing, consisting of Hong Kong-based Emphasis and the Swiss Denon group, will cease to exist.

Up to 20 people are expected to be retrenched under the changes including Hong Kong's senior management. However staff from Hong Kong will be transferred to Emphasis Media Singapore.

Monica Woo, who has been with the company for 25 years, served a dual role of Hong Kong CEO and head of PubliGroupe's custom publishing business.

Woo confirmed the news to esb电竞数据投注电脑版 and said it will resign one custom publishing contract CNN Traveller from March next year.

A company statement said some activities of its custom unit are being integrated into Media Sales, while others will report directly to PubliGroupe's General Management.

From next year PubliGroupe said it will simplify its group structure and focus on three "high-potential strategic business segments" Search & Find, Digital & esb电竞数据投注电脑版 Services and Media Sales.

In Hong Kong that will include Emphasis Video Entertainment, an in-flight entertainment provider. Under the new structure Emphasis Video Entertainment will report directly to the PubliGroupe's General Management.

The remaining Emphasis offices in Asia will be put under the leadership of Charlton D'Silva, chief executive officer of Publicitas Asia Pacific, who will operate out of its Singapore office.

Joui Ong, will be promoted to general manager of Singapore from her present role as country head.

The Independent Commission Against Corruption has charged TVB general manager Stephen Chan Chi-wan and two others with corruption and conspiracy six months after they were first arrested.

Chan, along with two defendants Tseng Pei-kun, director of Idea Empire Advertising and Wilson Chan Wing-shuen, TVB's head of business development of marketing and sales, will appear in Eastern Magistracy next Tuesday to defend the charges.

Chan and Tseng both face two counts of conspiracy for an agent to accept bribes. Each also faces two alternative charges of agent accepting an advantage and offering an advantage to an agent respectively.

The two corruption charges allege that between July 2009 and January 2010, Chan and Tseng conspired together for Chan to accept a total of about $127,000 from IEAP. In return, Chan was said to have participated or performed in an event and a show, which were related to TVB's business or affairs.

Another charge alleges Chan and Tseng of conspiring together to defraud TVB and artistes of TVB between January and February 2010.

ICAC said they are alleged to have falsely represented that the attendance of the artistes at an event was to show support to Chan for the release of his book.

"They however concealed and did not disclose the fact that the event was arranged by IEPCL under sponsorship from a business corporation, with obligation to invite some of the said artistes to attend the said event."

The remaining charge alleges Tseng and Wilson Chan of conspiring together to defraud TVB between September and December 2009.

They are alleged to have dishonestly misappropriated $550,000 from $5.2 million due and payable to TVB from a business corporation under a commercial contract, by dishonestly and falsely creating a service agreement between TVB and IEAP whereby TVB was to pay $550,000 to IEAP.

TVB suspended Chan earlier this year but has yet to comment on the latest developments.

"Carousell Media Group continues to invest in the best regional talents that help shape the advertising industry."

Google is paying up to US$200 million to the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for violating child privacy laws, according to multiple media reports including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and US political journalism company Politico.

Earlier this year, Google was reported to have collected data from children who used its services which was a breach in US privacy laws. This led to YouTube ending targeted ads on videos watched by children, according to multiple media reports including Bloomberg. To better ensure child safety, YouTube said it will be addressing feedback about reducing the discoverability of inappropriate videos, as well as fine-tuning how ads are placed on channels. Google declined to comment on esb电竞数据投注电脑版‘s queries.

Google was also fined US$22.5 million in 2012 for misrepresenting to users of Apple’s Safari Internet browser that it would not place tracking “cookies” or serve targeted ads to those users. FTC said such an act violated an earlier privacy settlement between it and the company. In addition to the civil penalty, the order also required Google to disable all the tracking cookies it had said it would not place on consumers’ computers.

The latest fine on Google tops those meted out to TikTok (US$5.7 million) and Facebook (US$5 million) this year by the FTC. TikTok was also fined for illegally collecting personal information from children, with the violations being committed by the defunct Musical.ly app. Separately, Facebook was handed a fine this July over privacy breaches and was informed that an independent privacy committee will be set up to remove the control of CEO Mark Zuckerberg from making user privacy decisions.

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