APAC online video industry set to more than double revenues ex-China from 9% in 2017 to 20% by 2023.
Consumers generally find the process of buying mobile plans confusing.
YouTube has launched an offline feature in about 80 countries worldwide including Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, and Vietnam in South-East Asia, as part of an effort to make it easier for mobile users.
MotionElements, a microstock marketplace for video makers, said it has raised an undisclosed amount in pre-Series A funding, led by KK Fund (Singapore) and joined by Incubate Fund (Japan) and 500 Startups.
Hooq, the video-on-demand service from startup joint venture between Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel), Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros Entertainment, will kick off in the Philippines from late February in partnership with Globe Telecom.
Akamai’s Nakul Srinivas talks about the changing trends of how people consume TV content, and why the Sochi Games was a game-changer.
Yahoo said it was collaborating with Viddsee, an online video platform for curated micro-cinema content, to bring short films to the forefront.
Millennials in South-East Asia are less influenced by celebrities than their parents, and prefer digital video to learn about the latest style trends, according to a report by TubeMogul.
Yahoo! Malaysia is seemingly taking on big guns like YouTube and luxury car-maker BMW by launching its own awards competition for short movies, in partnership with Malaysia Airlines (MAS), as well as TGV Cinemas and KRU Studios.
Opera Software has launched a next-generation TV app technology which it claimed has the ability to transform online video into apps for connected TV, at zero cost and all in less than a minute.