Minister of Communications and Multimedia, Tan Sri Annuar Musa said that the Ministry has achieved all the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that they have set under the 100-day Malaysian Family Aspiration program.
For the creative industry, the Ministry aimed to revive 2,000 film industry related companies through license renewals. However, a total of 3,990 companies have successfully started filming.
To help small and medium enterprises (SMEs), digital creative industry and digital industry companies, the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia (KKMM) intended for 150 digital content companies to apply for the various funds by Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC).
Instead, the ministry had successfully distributed funds to 200 companies, enabling them to start their businesses.
The ministry has also offered a Keluarga Malaysia Teen and Device Packages to help students and families of less fortune to get access to internet and own smart devices.
Everything planned for the first 100 days has been achieved 100%
We are targeting 200,000 people to benefit from the packages and as of yesterday, over 90,000 people have subscribed to the packages.Tan Sri Annuar Musa.
The 100-day Malaysian Family Aspiration consisted of programmes and initiatives that ran from 1 Sept to 9 Dec.
It was meant to prove the performance of the minister in the first 100 days of being appointed to the Cabinet.
Annuar later stated that the ministry would continue to implement agendas such as the National Digital Network Plan (JENDELA), 5G service and infrastructure to expand the network coverage in the country.