Asian video streaming service Hooq finally launched in Singapore, its home country, last week. Backed by Singtel, Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures Television, the service launched in early 2015 and is…
Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures Television are teaming up with Singapore’s Singtel to launch a streaming video service in South East Asia. The companies have formed HOOQ to offer more than 10,000…
It’s been a busy month for Maker Studios: The digital media firm, a major YouTube multichannel network partner, said it has raised $26 million in a second and final part of its Series C financing to…
Rakuten, a diversified Japanese Internet services company, signed an agreement to acquire Viki, a global video streaming startup built to expand the reach of premium content via crowd-sourced…
Viacom Intl. Media Networks will bow Southeast Asian versions of MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr. and Comedy Central on SingTel's feevee service Mio in Singapore, along with Nickelodeon-branded events on…
Disney has redrawn its map of Spain, splitting content between commercial webs Antena 3 and Telecinco, and extended its pay TV pact in Asia, in deals announced at Mipcom on Monday.
WE tv will launch in Hong Kong on PCCW's pay TV operator
Sundance Channel and WE tv will launch on Skylife, South Korea's only digital satellite pay-tv operator, after Rainbow Media secured licensing from the Korea Communications Commission (KCC).
Sundance Channel and WE tv will launch on SingTel's feevee service Mio after Rainbow Media completed a carriage deal in Singapore.
ABC's frosh fantasy drama "FlashForward" has been picked up by 10 broadcasters in the Asia Pacific region across 44 countries.
Singapore, a small island nation of 4.8 million people and very limited resources, has built a formidable reputation as a can-do society. A prime recent example: the city-state's adoption of…
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