Astro Malaysia Holdings Berhad is a leading content and consumer group in Malaysia and Southeast Asia with a focus on the pillars of watch, listen, read and shop. Astro's offering of TV channels are delivered v...
Astro Malaysia Holdings Berhad is a leading content and consumer group in Malaysia and Southeast Asia with a focus on the pillars of watch, listen, read and shop. Astro's offering of TV channels are delivered via Direct-To-Home satellite TV, IPTV and OTT platforms. Astro provides HD, 3D, PVR, VOD and IPTV services through Astro B.yond and Astro on the Go. Fulfilling its promise to bridge the digital divide for all of Malaysia, Astro introduced NJOI as an entry-level DTH satellite TV service and is the country's first non-subscription based satellite TV, offering both TV and radio channels. Astro Radio includes Malaysia's highest rated stations across key languages and is available on both terrestrial and digital channels. Its digital arm is involved in digital publishing, applications and platforms as well as publication of entertainment and lifestyle magazines locally.
Astro holds the distinction of the ‘Gold' award in the Media and Entertainment category at the Putra Brand Awards annually since 2010, including the ‘Brand of the Year' award in 2012 and the ‘Brand Icon' award in 2013.
Astro's CSR projects have been recognised by the International Business Awards (IBAs). Astro was named the winner of a Silver Stevie Award in the 2014 IBAs for the Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year (Asia, Australia and New Zealand) category for the ‘Astro Kasih Hostel and EkoVillage' project. In 2013 and 2012, Astro's ‘Beautiful Malaysia: Longest Underwater Clean Up' project and ‘Astro Kasih Hostel' project were awarded with a Silver Stevie® Award respectively.
These awards are in recognition of Astro's efforts to exemplify innovation, quality and strong corporate responsibilities.
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