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A-time radio changes focuswith satellite television drive

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A-time Media, a radio subsidiary of GMM Grammy Plc, is shifting its focus to satellite television this year as the sector has more revenue growth potential. 

Saithip Montrikul na Ayudhaya, chief executive of A-time Media (left), and Vorarit ‘S’ Vaijiaranai, executive of A-time Traveller Co, attend a media briefing yesterday. SOMCHAI POOMLARD

Saithip Montrikul na Ayudhaya, CEO of A-time Media, said advertisers are more interested in satellite TV channels than radio. In addition, teenagers prefer social media and the internet to listening to the radio.

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