MDEC announced that it has updated five key programmes in benefit of the creative contents industry.
Strong digital talent pipeline only possible when industry, academia & government form tight collaboration
Through various partnerships with IHLs, MDEC has been able to build several meaningful programmes that help ensure future digital industry graduates are more employable.
The 6th annual Kre8tif! Conference & Content Festival kicks off with big aspirations for local players.
From game design lecturer to game publisher, Havene Liew launched gaming company to provide opportunities to Malaysian gaming talent.
The founder and technical director of OY Games, Omega Yuen Wai Leong, became an entrepreneur when he decided to turn a stress relieving method into a business venture.
HKVFX, a training centre focusingon the visual effects scene, is tying up with Europe's Escape Studios to help grow the country's animation and visual effects talent pool.
After three years of behind-the-scenes building, Malaysian company Ideate Media is ready to take the local creative content scene to the big stage of international markets, with a series to air on BBC America.
Buoyed by the performance of MSC Malaysia in 2015, MDEC is confident that Malaysia will continue to be an attractive investment destination for foreign and domestic companies.
An MDeC pilot to help Malaysian content creators maximise YouTube as a mainstream distribution platform has exceeded its revenue target, writes Karamjit Singh.
DNA editor Keith Liu sat down with Hooq chief executive Peter Bithos for an exclusive interview on topics ranging from competition, content and piracy, to addressing the needs of the emerging market customer.