AsiaWorks is an independent multi-media company specializing in communications services including video, interactive-multiplatform and television production, crew hire, satellite transmission, ENG services, media consulting and training.
Our diverse clients include global television broadcasters, major international non-profit and government agencies and multinational corporations.
Headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand, we have offices in Singapore, Beijing and Jakarta and strategic partnerships in North America and Europe.
AsiaWorks was founded in 1996. We have built our reputation for excellence, innovation and creativity through years of working in Asia and beyond. Our multi-skilled and multicultural staff bring a wealth of knowledge and experience and an extensive network of local contacts, developed over many years of working in all countries in the region.
AsiaWorks Production Services
Our creative and highly skilled team provides production talent for a diverse group of clients.
AsiaWorks camera crews have years of experience and knowledge of the region and our producers handle projects from concept, storyboarding, scripting, field producing, post-production through to completion.
We have equipment ranging from hi-definition camcorders to small format cameras and will help you decide what best suits your needs
Non-Profit Production Service
International aid agencies have, for many years, sought AsiaWorks' services because we understand the major social issues affecting countries throughout the region.
We have a long track record of producing compelling character-driven films for advocacy, fundraising, video news release handout or multimedia use.
Our areas of expertise include:
Environmental challenges and climate change
Human and wildlife trafficking
HIV/AIDS prevention and education
Poverty alleviation and alternative livelihoods
Legal and illegal migration; refugees, Internally displaces people
Natural disaster emergency relief
Freeland PSA - Wildlife Trafficking Stops Here
Thousands of animals are trafficked through airports every day. The illicit trade in protected species is estimated to be worth billions of dollars globally each year. The rich biodiversity of Southeast Asia is a major target of this destructive black market. Last year, more than 23,375 live animals were rescued and more than 14.6 tonnes of dead animals were recovered in the region.
AsiaWorks has worked with Freeland over a number of years. Initially working on The “Crime Scene Wild” series for Planet Green Network, we also produced a public service announcement broadcast internationally about wildlife trafficking. Following its success, we collaborated to produce “Surviving Together’, a short documentary film showcasing Freeland’s alternative livelihood program and its success in reducing poaching from Khao Yai National Park in Thailand. In 2010, Freeland’s brave persistence in targeting the illegal international wildlife smuggling trade will be developed into a series “Planet Earth’s Most Wanted” to be screened on National Geographic Channel.