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YouTube doesn’t want to compete with Netflix. How Susanne Daniels is getting ahead of streaming wars
Four years ago, veteran TV executive Susanne Daniels was tasked with an ambitious plan: build a set of original programmes that would leapfrog YouTube into a prominent player in the subscription streaming marketplace, competing against the likes of Hulu and Amazon Studios.
The advertising industry’s annual gathering on the French Riviera has become a recurring cycle of contrition from technology giants and admonishment from the Mad Men.
Daisy Paige is the latest up-and-coming fashion hopeful to score a modelling contract with the agency Lipps LA – but there is something that separates the blue-eyed brunette from the hundreds of other catwalk wannabes: she is 100% computer generated.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Three months ago Ekrem Imamoglu was a little-known politician in a fringe Istanbul district who was attempting the near-impossible: to unseat Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party from Turkey's largest city after 25 years in power.
'The Best Of Enemies' is the latest offshoot of a little-known but seriously inspiring example of an ideological and racial divide, bridged by simple human communication.
MORE people are becoming aware of the link between single-use plastics and the damage the materials are causing to the environment.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Voters in Istanbul will head back to the polls on Sunday to choose a mayor, after Turkey's election authority scrapped the results of a March vote in which President Tayyip Erdogan's ruling AK Party lost to the main opposition.
ANKARA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has gone on the warpath against the main opposition days ahead of a re-run of a mayoral vote in Istanbul, scrapping plans to avoid divisive rhetoric that some officials in his ruling AK Party believed would alienate voters.
FEDERAL Highway is one of the most heavily utilised road on a daily basis in the country, connecting motorists from parts of Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam and Klang to Kuala Lumpur.
Advertisers and companies trying to expand their marketing, take heed: There’s a new way to reach customers, starting with something called "advanced television”.