SISTEM Televisyen Malaysia Bhd (TV3) is nothing short of happy with the strides that it has made turning its television rating around following moves to improve content and operational efficiency over the last 12 months.
NOSTALGIA sells, and the entertainment industry knows this. A few weeks ago, classic Malay films were released in the VCD format, trailed closely by the VCD/DVD launch of classic Chinese flicks from Shaw Brothers.
DIGI Telecommunications Sdn Bhd is aiming to capture at least 20% share of the country#039;s growing mobile content market this year through its Content Provider Access (CPA) programme, launched yesterday for local and foreign content providers.
B>F/B>AR from just running casinos, Genting Resorts World Berhad is now focused on building communities for Small and Medium scale Industries (SMI) and corporate organisations, and it is doing this through its Genting WorldCard programme.
Major US music retailers have launched a service to deliver music via the Internet, a step they hope will save them from piracy that has raged on even after the demise of the Napster online song-swapping service.
Entertainment conglomerate Sony Corp has achieved a record net profit for its third quarter as its I>PlayStation 2/Itrounced the competition and movies like I>Spider-Man/Igot a new life in DVD releases.
Walt Disney Co said both its earnings before one-off items and sales rose in its first quarter to Dec 31, with its media and theme parks units leading the rise in sales despite ongoing economic weakness.