Internet TV startup iflix will soon announce more partnerships with local telcos in Malaysia and Thailand, even as it launched an offline viewing feature for mobile users.
DNA editor Keith Liu sat down with Hooq chief executive Peter Bithos for an exclusive interview on topics ranging from competition, content and piracy, to addressing the needs of the emerging market customer.
It was a slap in the face for many participants at DNA's inaugural What’s Next conference when Media Prima Television Networks CEO Ahmad Izham Omar revealed the cold hard truth: Urban folk do not represent Malaysia.
The TV business is changing and Astro has upped its game by coming up with Astro OD Entertainment, providing Malaysians with a new way of consuming its content – as long as their Personal Video Recorders are connected to a WiFi network.
The Ericsson ConsumerLab TV & Media Report 2015 shows consumers embracing video-on-demand (VOD) services like never before, with every third viewing hour now spent watching on-demand TV and video.
Malaysia’s satellite TV operator Astro announced that users of its Astro On-the-Go service will be able to download their TV series and movies for offline viewing.
Internet TV service iflix has announced that Hollywood studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) has become an investor in its business. Financial details were not disclosed.
Google has announced the addition of movies to Google Play in Malaysia, which would allow users to watch high-definition, full-length feature films from major Hollywood studios.
iflix has hit over 100,000 subscribers although it is not ready to share actual paying customer numbers. Its Malaysian CEO Azran Osman Rani shares a bit more about the data and his belief that the Internet is going to disrupt more businesses.
Fluke Networks, which specialises in network performance monitoring and diagnostics solutions, expects its business in Asia to grow by double-digit percentages, fuelled by the growing demand for cloud services.