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Bloomberg TV Malaysia and Astro tipped to part ways

As per a late article on The Star, Astro Malaysia Holdings and Bloomberg TV Malaysia (BTVM) are said to go separate ways.

This will bring about the stopping of projects from Astro’s Channel 519. Astro is said to have quit TV BTVM’s projects subsequent to the start of July. Its two general projects were Moving Malaysia and Dashboard is tipped to be supplanted by other Bloomberg TV programs.

The Star article additionally expresses that the two had a few continuous issues and Astro conveyed an inside update to staff expressing that BTVM will no more air on its stages.

A+M has connected with both Bloomberg and Astro for a remark. Both were not able remark at the season of composing.

In the interim, A+M comprehend Kenneth Lee, CMO of Bloomberg additionally left the organization as of late alongside deals administrator Cheryl Boo and COO Alain Roger Poirier.

Bloomberg TV was propelled in Malaysia in 2013 in an association with previous Malaysian clergyman and originator of ntv7, Dato’ Sri Mohd Effendi Norwawi’s Encorp Group. The direct took off in the business sector in 2014. Media industry veteran Michael Chan was named CEO of Bloomberg TV Malaysia to head the new channel.

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