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Post flight MH370 fiasco, Malaysian tourism faces uphill battle

“Malaysia, truly Asia!” Or is it? What was once the hottest vacation destinations is now not so popular. All because of the disappearance of Malaysian airline MH370 in 2014. The country’s tourism, which was once booming with international tourists, has now taken a hit as tourists have been avoiding...

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Viu partners Endemol for localised adaptation of ''The Bridge'

MUMBAI: Video-on-demand service, Viu, has announced a collaboration with production and distribution house Endemol Shine Group to produce a localised, ten-episode adaptation of the global series The Bridge. Viu's aim is to deliver international content formats tailored to be locally relevant along...

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'Porus' finds an audience in more countries

MUMBAI: In another shot in the arm for Indian television producers, the producers of mythological show Porus, Swastik Productions, have managed to bag content syndication deals in Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. Speaking to Indiantelevision.com, Swastik Productions founder Rahul...

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ASEAN plan: Malaysia begins switchover to DTT, to go digital by '20

NEW DELHI: With an aim to meet the deadline of end of analogue transmission by 2020 set by the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), Malaysia has launched digital terrestrial television (DTT) with free decoders to 4.2 million low-income households or about two-thirds of all familie....

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Child Rights Award '17: A call to broadcasters

MUMBAI: ABU, CASBAA and UNICEF are calling for entries for the 17th Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award from broadcasters and producers in the region. Programmes both for children and about children are eligible and can cover any children’s rights issue. Entries can include documentaries that detail...

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