Southeast Asia’s largest pay TV operator, Astro Malaysia Holdings, aims to start a streaming service next year to take on deep-pocketed rivals Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The strategy shift comes as more Malaysians are ditching pay TV for digital and mobile streaming options. READ MORE (CACHED ARTICLE)
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