Digital Terrestrial TV
Five years after getting the mandate to roll out Malaysia’s digital TV platform, MyTV sees the light at the end of the tunnel.
MyTV has unveiled its business plan for its digital terrestrial TV play. By charging RM12 million a year per channel to broadcasters, will it be easy for MyTV to recoup its multibillion-ringgit investment? Goh Thean Eu finds out from MyTV chief commercial officer Haniza Ros Nasaruddin.
The delivery of digital terrestrial TV in Malaysia took a major step forward when MYTV Broadcasting and Telekom Malaysia inked a 15-year RM1-billion deal for the former to use the latter’s infrastructure.