Rev Asia Berhad announced that it has struck an exclusive sales representation agreement with HCK Media Sdn Bhd to resell and operate all advertising inventory across the media company’s digital assets.
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.”
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014. For information on customised reprints of Digertai50, email [email protected]
Actual data from a media monitoring initiative has proven what many Malaysians have suspected all along: That the online media provides more balanced political coverage than the mainstream media.
A comment on Facebook has got A. Asohan thinking and lamenting about how very few people, including some journalists themselves, know what the role of the media is.
The Singapore Government’s move last week to regulate online news, including the local edition of Yahoo News, has resulted in public protests while Malaysians are watching developments closely after one of their own ministers said the Malaysian Government might follow suit.
The youngest member of the DNA team, Gabey Goh, tells us why she made that crazy move, and what she has learned so far.
The media plays an important role in any democracy, so all eyes will be on it as Malaysia goes to the polls, writes A. Asohan.
New magazine The Edge Review seeks to fill the void left by the Far Eastern Economic Review and Asiaweek, via a digital-only format in line with today's changing media landscape.
KiniBiz publisher and founding editor P. Gunasegaram, who spent three decades in the print publishing world, talks to Digital News Asia about taking the plunge into the online space.