Homegrown broadcast network, SUKE TV, has gone live for Malaysians to enjoy this week.
The network founded by entertainment icon Dato’ AC Mizal in 2021, will be airing local shopping programs featuring local celebrities, influencers, and entrepreneurs where viewers can shop in real-time while watching TV, 24-hours a day on myFreeview, Malaysia’s First and only subscription-free Digital Broadcast for TV.
Among the featured programs are:
Via its initiatives and efforts, SUKE TV envisions to expand the customer base for local SMEs nationwide through free TV, while creating new revenue streams for local entertainers that were impacted by the pandemic – all while providing a new way for fans to interact with their favourite celebrities.
A myriad of local talents has also been onboarded to support SUKE TV’s mission and vision to promote Malaysian-made products.
Among the talents are:
With its extensive infrastructure, expertise, and forthcoming industry partnerships, SUKE TV aims to develop and deliver original content of all genres for Malaysian TVs and digital mediums on-the-go.
For the past year, SUKE TV has been pushing forward with various partnerships, notably a financing agreement with Malaysian Debt Ventures (MDV), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Ministry of Finance (MOF), and most recently entering into a partnership with MRANTI Nexus, a contract research and manufacturing entity within the Malaysian Research Accelerator for Technology and Innovation (MRANTI) group of companies.
In conjunction with its maiden broadcast, SUKE TV has announced a contest for viewers to win weekly and monthly prizes.
To participate, viewers will need to collect four sets of mystery numbers that will appear throughout the broadcast every week from Monday to Friday, or enter with a purchase of RM50 and above in a single receipt from SUKE Shop. The numbers must be sent via Whatsapp message to 03-92262253 by every Saturday at 12 pm.
Prizes up for grabs include a motorcycle (monthly), a handphone (weekly) and various mystery gifts.
SUKETV is now available for free viewing on MYTV channel 116.