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  • Netflix, Availability, and Censorship in Indonesia

    Netflix is now available in Indonesia. The surprising announcement came overnight during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in which Netflix CEO Reed Hastings revealed that the ad-free online video subscription service is now available in 130 new countries.

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  • Path Publishes 2015 Trends

    Path, the personal social network owned by Kakao, today released a list of what trended in 2015 among Path users. The company separated the list into trends of global interest and those specific to Indonesia. Among the list are the top songs, movies, books, malls, most photographed spots, and restaurants that Path users have checked…

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  • What Was Indosat’s #Brikpiknik All About?

    Between August and September Indosat Ooredoo ran an interesting, and sometimes puzzling series of trips under the banner Brikpiknik. The travel series involved sending groups of people to various destinations across Java and Bali and inviting them to create a boatload of multimedia content.

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  • 2015 Was a Grim Year for Indonesian Television Advertising

    Television advertising in Indonesia took a nosedive in 2015 with the economy growing slower than anticipated. With a three weeks to go in 2015, television advertising monitoring company Sigi Kaca Pariwara reports that the industry is still short more than Rp 30 trillion (US$ 2.1 billion) to match last year’s achievement and it’s only going…

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  • Twitter Indonesia’s 2015 Year in Review

    Twitter has released its annual Indonesia #YearOnTwitter for 2015 in a blog post by country business head Roy Simangunsong. While Twitter in 2014 was dominated by politics thanks to being an election year, this year there wasn’t such a dominant topic. The primary conversations ranged from religion to politics, death of a celebrity, sports, and…

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