Our stories on media transformation in Asia
To build a valuable media product, first build a process that responds to an audience’s needsThis often means rebuilding your organisational culture to redefine your approach to revenue models, products, and most of all, audiences.
Informed by data, Taiwan’s female-focused media startup Womany preps Asia expansionThe 9-year-old company believes changes in Taiwan’s society could be a useful guide for other countries.
Tech In Asia is finally on a path to profitability after a decade of testing business models.Emerging from a series of painful layoffs, the Singapore-based startup finds its way forward.
Australia’s fires point to another inferno: the state of the country’s mediaThe role of the media is a life-and-death story in Australia.
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Seeing a gap in Southeast Asia, India’s The Ken plots a regional expansion with local teamsThey now have reporters across Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
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Chasing a regional profile, Rice Media’s Mark Tan plants his Singapore startup in Thailand.“Thailand has a mature media market and a population exposed to a wide spectrum of content."
India’s cashed-up news aggregators like DailyHunt hit a revenue roadblock“If they don’t begin monetising in the next two-three years, they will be in trouble.”
After struggling for 5 years, Minh Bui Jones almost shut Mekong Review down this month.This November issue was almost unpublished.
To capture reader revenue and engagement, some Indian newsrooms are going back to the once-scorned comments section.“All publications want interactions on site… Facebook traffic is not coming back.”
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