The education minister says all aspects, including engagement and employment, will be reviewed before an announcement is made.
Do we really need to understand subjects in the science stream like Biology and Chemistry if we do not want to go into medicine?
Content upstarts look to ad-based model to deliver innovative and exclusive programming.
Release of original programming boosted subscription.
Replicating what they had been trying to do isn’t enriching in any way.
Asia seen as an important part of global industry's growth plan.
Firm wants to stop broadcasting entire preseason in response to free speech row.
The film uses a new technology developed by Industrial Light & Magic to digitally ‘de-age’ actors on screen.
VENN says it is a universal network meaning it will distribute and be consumed anywhere their audience is watching gaming content.
Facebook is trying to develop technology to identify firearms attack in early stage.
As online video platforms jockey for position with new rivals for audience share, classic television series are commanding hefty sums.
Eight Mile claims Spotify had about 280 billion unpaid music streams from 2011, resulting in unpaid royalties of as much as US$120 million.
Disney's plunge into streaming and the folding of assets from Twenty-First Century Fox are some of the reasons it missed its earnings forecast.
Ninja has streamed himself playing alongside rappers Drake and Travis Scott and often appears on Instagram and Twitter alongside football players Neymar Jr and Harry Kane.
Ubisoft is an early partner with Google while the tech giant was developing its own gaming streaming service Stadia.
The show is the latest in a string of recent series to explore the relationships between humans and the afterlife.
'Jessica Jones' is the last Marvel show to air on Netflix as the streaming giant cancelled sister shows 'Luke Cage,' 'Iron Fist,' 'The Punisher' and 'Daredevil.'
Growth at Disney parks in the United States boosted results above analyst expectations.
Apple sees its streaming service sitting along side its competitors launching a streaming service with original content from big names including Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg.
The off-screen skirmish centres around the theatrical "window," the time a movie plays exclusively in US theatres before it can be released on DVD or digital.
Cupertino is taking a different approach by offering paid 'channels' from AT&T's HBO, Lions Gate Entertainment's Starz and CBS's Showtime, alongside its own content.
These rivals are coming into the segment which has been transformed by the spectacular growth of Netflix and a growing movement by consumers to on-demand television delivered over internet platforms.
The iPhone maker is seeking to diversify its revenue base and move more into services with the smartphone market declining.
Media companies are losing millions of dollars as they lean towards streaming.
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