This article is a part of a carrier billing series sponsored by Vodafone developers program. PK Online Ventures is a digital media company focused on multi-screen video and advertising markets. Founded by Viraj Malik and Cauvery Adiga in 2007,the company is headquartered in Gurgaon with a presence in Bangalore, Mumbai […]
As one of the early entrants in the mobile media streaming market, PK Online’s Mr. Viraj Malik shares his views on how the industry functions and what the future holds
Cauvery Adiga As young entrepreneurs, we all meet angel investors and venture capital (VC) funds during different stages of our venture.
Digital company PK Online (formerly known as Percept Knorigin) is looking to raise funds for expansion from venture capital growth funds.
Gone are the days when we were using internet for only social media, installing apps, playing games or mobile banking. With high speed internet at our disposal, the online streaming trend is pacing up.
With more than two decades of industry experience, Cauvery Adiga has been associated with PK Online since its inception in 2007.
PK Online, the New Media Company incubated by Percept and Viraj Malik (a technocrat turned entrepreneur) creates products and services, which simplify digital content consumption for end users, through multi-screen platform for distributing and monetizing rich content through subscription and advertising.
To consolidate its technology platform and brand building, PK Online, a digital media startup is in talks with VC funds to raise around R100 Cr in its first round of funding by mid this year.
Cinecurry, a leading online video streaming channel, scored 51 million views in February, the highest in last three years of its operations in the online video streaming space in India.
HelloTV, the video-on-demand service owned and operated by Bangalore-based PK Online Ventures Pvt Ltd, is planning to introduce a new cloud-based feature on its platform which will enable consumers to schedule their favourite TV programmes on mobile phones for viewing later.