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    Telekom Malaysia: “Users want to consume content wherever they are”

    Jeremy Kung Eng Chuang, EVP, New Media, 
Telekom Malaysia
    Telekom Malaysia is one of the most innovative telcos in the Asian ecosystem, and in advance of his appearance at  TV Connect Asia, 2014 (29-30th April, Suntec, Singapore), IP&TV News enjoys a quick, enlightening chat with  Jeremy Kung Eng Chuang, their EVP, New Media… IP&TV News: Hi Jeremy. Could you tell us a bit about HyppTV? Jeremy Kung...
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    Foxtel to launch TV Everywhere next month

    Australian telco Foxtel has indicated that it plans to launch a new over-the-top TV service called 'Play' next month, bringing over 40 linear channels to a variety of connected devices such as smart TVs, PCs and smartphones, with no lock-in contracts
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    Samsung adds t-commerce to Smart TVs

    Korea's Samsung Electronics has added a t-commerce application from US firm Delivery Agent to some of its Smart TVs, enabling viewers to shop for products seen in TV shows and adverts using their remote control

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