Media

Digerati50: CC Puan positions for his next big bets
CC Puan has embarked on the next big bets he is making in the Digital Economy. Will his success inspire more entrepreneurs to make the trek to the Himalayas?
Supernewsroom: Helping startups get better media coverage
Founder and CEO Maminder Kaur elaborates on the company’s plans to assist startups.
Week in Review: Traditional media player, Media Prima, makes a US$24mil move for scale & millenials
Deal will not be ecosystem catalyst says Ganesh Kumar Bangah Acquisition frees Patrick Grove, Khailee Ng to pursue other projects CORPORATE acquisitions of startups have always been one of the gaping holes in the startup ecosystem of Southeast Asia and so it was a lift to see such a deal happen in Malaysia this week.
Digerati50: News, with a dash of spice
Inspired by Malaysiakini, The Edge, Jon Stewart and Trevor Noah, Lau Chak Onn launched Cilisos to add some oomph to local news in Malaysia.
WebTVAsia: Swimming among the traditional media sharks
WebTVAsia is a Malaysian media company challenging the old guard with its focus on mobiles and the millennial audience.
CtrlShift eyes expansion beyond Asia
Sees strong potential in Vietnam and China To achieve goals by focusing on people, product and proposition  
KK Fund’s Fund II powered by continued Japanese interest in SEA
Singapore-based KK Fund has closed an undisclosed amount for its second venture fund, with the brother of Softbank founder Masayoshi Son being one the Japanese investors in the round, reports Karamjit Singh.
HP’s enterprise tablet strategy takes shape
At a recent media event in Singapore, HP’s Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) Group – soon to be known as HP Inc. – introduced a broad portfolio of seven new tablets and a two-in-one device, all focused on enterprise customers.
Sin Chew Media protects its network with Fortinet solutions
Fortinet announced that Sin Chew Media Corporation Bhd, Malaysia’s largest Chinese language publisher, has deployed its FortiGate network security platform to protect its network against growing online threats, improve business continuity and enable bring-your-own-device (BYOD) usage among its staff.
Malaysia’s LGBT community put on alert for online infiltration
Malaysia’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community has been put on alert that a mainstream television station working on exposé may attempt to infiltrate their online hangouts – which may not be a problem in itself, except for the near witch-hunt by certain elements in the Government and mainstream media recently to portray the community in the worst possible light.
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