Red People collaborates with Taiwan’s RC Show
Malaysia's largest artist management company, RED People, is collaborating with Taiwan’s leading broadcast platform, Raid Call (RC) Show.
RC Show (RC直播) is the most popular live entertainment platform in Taiwan which started in 2013, has since discovered plenty of talents who have now become famous online celebrities, where some of them include Little M, Sammy, Ala and Mimi.
The main essence of the RC Show is the individual show by each of the anchors which features singing, dancing, pranks and fun chat.
|RED People Artist general manager Kokee Liu at the event's press conference.|
The platform is somewhat similar to YouTube, but it is much more interactive as the anchors will be able to have real time interaction with their viewers, and viewers will also be able to send virtual gifts and rewards to the anchors to increase their value and popularity.
|Performance by K-POP Dance cover group, Mad.G.|
“Raid Call's vision is to lighten up the youths' dream of achieving their goals. We're trying our best to help those who would like to be in the entertainment industry so that they could have the opportunity to be an online celebrity and ultimately get a good return,” RC Show Deputy General Manager Alex said.
Thanks to the collaboration, now, more than 20 artistes from RED People have started their live broadcast on the RC Show, they include; Michiyo Ho, Tammy Ong, May Ng, Christal Yap, Charles Tee, Jaguar Lim and more.
|The RED People artistes who attended include Joyce Chu, Stella Chen, May Ng, Mays Mays and more.|
Also, the platform is open to all Malaysians who wish to showcase their talents and get discovered by the entertainment companies.
“Throughout the years, RED People has been focusing and working hard on nurturing and developing its online celebrities, now with the addition of Raid Call's technology and resources, we believe that with great effort from both sides, we are very confident that this new type of network will be well accepted by Malaysians,” said RED People Artist general manager, Kokee Liu