Global Agency’s hit singing talent format Keep Your Light Shining continues to thrive around the world. This time it has been licensed for Thailand.
Keep Your Light Shining will be produced by Content LAB, part of JSL Global Media Group - one of the most credible TV production houses in Thailand. Content LAB is a production laboratory providing high-end long and short form media content to the world. They will be producing Global Agency’s most talked about and most demanded new hit talent format Keep Your Light Shining for Thailand in the fourth quarter of 2014.
İzzet Pinto, CEO of Global Agency and the creator of the format, said: “We are delighted to be working with Content LAB which we believe they will make the show very popular with their successful production. At Global Agency, we really care about the Asian market. By establishing this new base in Thailand, we are planning on widening our presence, increasing our leverage throughout the region, and opening the door to further expansion. Thailand is an important market where a big potential young audience live. So we are pretty sure that the show will be phenomenon.”
Noppakorn Thongman, Managing Director of Content LAB, commented : “Content LAB is a member of JSL Global Media-one of the most credible TV production houses in Thailand. Keep Your Light Shining is not an ordinary singing contest, as the viewers will discover, it is the most exciting singing competition ever. Content LAB is officially assigned by JSL Global Media to manage the projects 360 total communication including ensuring it is a world-class production. Heading all aspects of the production will be Executive Producer Gavin Wood, who is well recognised as an experienced international producer. KYLS is expected to be a magnet TV show on the best TV network in Thailand.”
About Keep Your Light Shining
“Keep Your Light Shining” is a ten week singing competition where perspective contestants only get 30 seconds to win over the studio audiences and the jury members. Each episode begins with nine contestants, as talented as they are attractive, standing in near darkness, in a full circle around the stage. At the end of each episode, 2 contestants would have to be replaced; one who had made it through to the final and one who had been eliminated from the competition.