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  • Yuet-fung Ho
  • Global Media Specialist and former Managing Director of CBS Broadcast International Asia, CBS Inc.

Yuet-fung Ho is an entrepreneurial media executive and producer with a successful track record creating and operating global entertainment businesses. Her recent focus has been developing and producing international media content for worldwide distribution on all platforms.


Ms. Ho took lead as Director, Asian Film Awards (AFA) 2011 and Executive Producer for its television programs for the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society, resulted in what the international media quoted as the most stars studded Asian film event. The pre-gala programs and the ceremony presentation were broadcast on international television channels including Fox International/Star World, E! Asia, Bio Channel and Phoenix Satellite Television.


Formerly, Managing Director for the Asia operation of CBS Broadcast International, CBS Inc. and Vice President, International Business Development at New York City Economic Development Corp. for Mayor Bloomberg’s administration, Ms. Ho is skilled in international production, programming, sales & marketing, business development and strategic planning. She has built strong long-lasting global relationships in many fields particularly in media, financial services, education and government, allowing her in a unique position working effectively with both private and public sectors as well as cross disciplines and cultures.


Ms Ho was a pioneer in Hong Kong television drama as a senior scriptwriter at HK-TVB in the mid 70’s. Subsequently, she worked as a television and film producer in New York.


Ms. Ho studied at Columbia University’s Film School in the MFA Program, was a fellow at the University of Missouri’s Journalism Graduate School, and an honored BSS graduate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Journalism School. She was also a recipient of the Artist Fellowship at New York Foundation for the Arts and had served on the board of Center for Asian American Media (former NAATA) as well as Asian CineVision in the United States. She is currently a member of the International Academy of Arts & Science (Emmys).
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