South-East Asian Internet TV startup iflix said it is on track to launch its own original TV shows this year to meet the increasing demands of Asian consumers.
The SEA video-streaming space is heating up, and PCCW’s Viu is just the latest to enter an arena crowded with regional players iflix and Hooq, and even US giant Netflix. What is its plan?
Celcom has launched a 13-episode miniseries, Ceciter: Projek Cari Bini on its Escape personal entertainment platform, which users can watch directly on their mobile devices.
Edwin Yapp gives the Netflix service in Malaysia a test drive, and also compares it with rival services.
HK conglomerate PCCW is optimistic that its Viu VOD service will garner high ratings in Malaysia, thanks to its tie-up with Telekom Malaysia
Vuclip has appointed Kingsley Warner general manager of its Malaysian operations, ahead of its Vuclip OTT service launch in the country.
Vuclip has released the findings of its Global Video Insights 2015 Survey that shows the video consumption habits and device preferences of Malaysian consumers.
Digi and iflix have announced that from Jan 26 onwards, all Digi customers who sign up or upgrade to a Digi SmartPlan 65 or above will receive a free 12mth iflix subscription.
PCCW Media Group has announced the launch of Viu, its OTT multi-screen video service, in Singapore, the first step in its regional expansion.
Netflix said it is be rolling out its VOD service in 130 new countries, but SEA regional players were unfazed.