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IPTV a relatively new business for TM

SECURING exclusive content to differentiate themselves from their competitors can be a challenge for broadcasters and Internet protocol TV (IPTV) operators as it can also mean investing top dollar for the content.

Monopoly to end, move to share popular TV content

PETALING JAYA: A policy directive to ensure certain types of popular content, such as some live sports, is not bought on an exclusive basis by any television station in the country is expected to be issued soon, according to industry sources.

Olympics and business

P. Gunasegaram says the economic benefitsof hosting the Olympic Games have beenrather dubious at best.

Developer to launch new project in Pajam

NADA Alam, the latest offering from Negri Sembilan-based property developer Seri Pajam Development Sdn Bhd, is set amidst lush greenery and aimes to provide a quality lifestyle.

Up Close & Personal with Paul Moung

WHEN he was a young boy, Paul Moung stayed at a monastery in his native country of Myanmar (formerly Burma).

Good money in gifts

TONY Telak Chan started from the very bottom to achieve success with TC Art Distributors Sdn Bhd, but it was not an easy journey, nor were there any short cuts.

Cyberjaya development offers creature comforts in a classy setting

WHILE people flock to holiday destinations for some R&R, a new development could offer a resort and holiday experience every day without having to travel anywhere.

Kampar calling

STRATEGICALLY located in Kampar, Perak, Meadow Park@Kampar is a residential project by Everest Homes, a subsidiary of the Everest Group of Companies.

United Plantations gets the best out of people and palm fruit

What does it take to get the best out of people and palm fruit in a plantation? One company shows the way.

There’s money to be made from football

Football is big business and it doesn’t get larger than the Barclays Premier League. The games beamed by Astro, which is going to decide how it will pay for the seasons starting from 2016, is crucial to the media company as about half its subscribers take its sports package.