Netflix said it is be rolling out its VOD service in 130 new countries, but SEA regional players were unfazed.
iflix Group announced it has surpassed one million members, and also welcomed David Goldstein as special advisor.
iflix has signed an agreement with Telekom Malaysia to provide its content for free to customers of the latter’s Streamyx and UniFi home broadband packages.
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.
Digi claims it now has the widest 4G LTE network in Malaysia, but what does this really mean to its users, given its limited spectrum, and how can it up the ante with its rival looking to swoop? Edwin Yapp has some ideas.
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.
Digi Bhd has entered into an alliance with Google Malaysia that will allow their customers who want to purchase apps and content on Google Play Store to directly debit their postpaid bills or via the deduction of their prepaid airtime balance.
Digi users can now charge their subscriptions to iflix to their postpaid or prepaid Digi accounts through integrated mobile carrier billing, as well as complimentary 60-day access to the newly-launched Internet TV service.