Two Singapore based startups – mediaQuark and Seed – have joined forces to form a real-time media intelligence company.
Adobe has announced the integration of its digital publishing platform, Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS), and Web experience management solution, Adobe Experience Manager, part of Adobe Marketing Cloud.
Innity has announced that Google and Turn have integrated with it to boost online advertising sales in the Real-Time Bidding (RTB) arena.
Four Malaysian newspapers, led by English daily The Malay Mail and in cooperation with device manufacturers Huawei and Samsung, have launched a package deal they have described as a “digital revolution.”
Rev Asia has announced a partnership with Business Insider Inc to launch localised sites in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, joining similar sites in Australia and India. The three new sites officially went live on Feb 12.
Digital media company Rev Asia announced that Loh Ken Wei (pic) has been promoted to general manager of publishing, effective Jan 1.
Media giant Astro has made a big and aggressive move into Malaysia’s digital media space with the launch of Astro Digital Publications (ADP) and the introduction of six digital publications.
Following the completion of the merger between certain Catcha Media Berhad (Catcha Media) subsidiaries and Says Sdn Bhd on Oct 8, a new company, Rev Media Equity Holdings Sdn Bhd (Rev Asia), has been formed.
Media startup Tech in Asia continues its buying spree with the acquisition of Indonesian gaming blog, GameSaku from App Foundry Pte Ltd, for an undisclosed sum.
Singapore-based Tech in Asia, which on Aug 28 announced it had secured Series B funding, has acquired SGEntrepreneurs for an undisclosed sum in a move described by an industry pundit as a sign of the rapdiuly maturing regional ecosystem.