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VieON
GenresAmbient
Years active1993–present
LabelsAnalogueTrash
Associated acts
  • Lost Worlds
  • The Sound Of The Future
  • Live in Manchester

VieON is a video-on-demand and television service provided by DatVietVAC Group Holdings.[1]

VieON claims to be Vietnam’s most advanced Over-The-Top (OTT) platform with the most complete streaming library curated for Vietnam.[2] Aside from providing access to more than 100 traditional TV channels, VieON will boast over 100,000 hours of content, including copyrighted movies, dramas, game shows and variety shows both local and abroad.[3]

History

Founded in 1993, DatVietVAC Group Holdings is the first and largest privately-owned media group in Vietnam.[4] In 2013, it was named one of the top-25 global growth companies by the World Economic Forum.[5]

With its official relaunch in 2020, VieON was the result of four years of research and development by DatVietVAC Group Holdings and its partnership with BCG Digital Ventures.[6]

Features

Understanding that existing OTT platforms in Vietnam — including large international players — are lacking in content suited to local tastes (Vietnamese and Asian series and shows), VieON claims to offer its service with a focus on the Vietnamese audience, providing a wide array of local dramas, movies, and shows alongside its international content.[7]

VieON’s content library includes exclusive titles such as Vietnamese TV Series Gao Nep Gao Te and Gao Nep Gao Te Season 2, Vietnamese web drama Hai Duong Trong Gio, VieON’s original mini drama Khong The Roi Mat, along with releases of other Vietnamese content from local directors and producers.[8]

In the media

              

References

  1. "Vietnam's leading entertainment group announces the launch of its modern streaming platform 'VieON'". Vietnam Insider. Vietnam Insider. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  2. "Vietnam's leading entertainment group announces the launch of its modern streaming platform 'VieON'". Vietnam Insider. Vietnam Insider. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  3. "Vietnam's leading entertainment group announces the launch of its modern streaming platform 'VieON'". Vietnam Insider. Vietnam Insider. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  4. "DATVIETVAC GROUP HOLDINGS". Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards. Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  5. "Dinh Ba Thanh". World Economic Forum. World Economic Forum. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  6. "Đất Việt VAC ra mắt siêu ứng dụng giải trí VieON". Tien Phong. Tien Phong. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  7. "Vietnam's leading entertainment group announces the launch of its modern streaming platform 'VieON'". Vietnam Insider. Vietnam Insider. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  8. "Vietnam's leading entertainment group announces the launch of its modern streaming platform 'VieON'". Vietnam Insider. Vietnam Insider. Retrieved 29 June 2020.

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