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More Allocation To Help The Creative Industry, But Is It Enough?

Edwin Raj

02-Jun-21 22:00

More Allocation To Help The Creative Industry, But Is It Enough?

The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia announced a fund of up to RM 6 million from the Digital Music Content Fund (DKD Muzik) allocated under the Malaysian Creative Industry Stimulus Package (Prisma) launched in February this year. This is to help aid fellow musicians and artists to churn out content under the “Hiburan Dari Rumah” program. The industry needs all the help it could get but the question boils down to - is it really enough? Frontman of the band Toko Kilat Edwin Raj joins us to share his thoughts on the news.

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Produced by: Daryl Ong, Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Daryl Ong, Haniff Baharudin


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