|Founded||2 June 2019|
Mola (previously Mola TV) is an Indonesian subscription video on-demand and over-the-top streaming service. Mola is owned and operated by Djarum Group's subsidiary Polytron and is headquartered in Jakarta.
Mola holds live and on-demand broadcasting rights for multiple sports competitions, including the Premier League in Indonesia and Timor Leste. Mola also offers on-demand streaming from a library of films and television series, including some original programming.
In October 2018, Mola acquired broadcasting rights for the Premier League in Indonesia and Timor-Leste up to 2022. The rights were previously held by beIN Sports.
Mola was officially launched on August 2, 2019. On September 2, Mola acquired broadcasting rights for the Football Association of Indonesia. This includes rights to the Indonesian senior and youth national football team, the national round of the Indonesian Liga 3, the Elite Pro Academy, the Soeratin Cup, and the Indonesian women's league Liga 1 Putri. On the same day, Mola also acquired a selection of FIFA rights (including the FIFA World Cup) and UEFA rights (including the UEFA Nations League and the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship).
On January 13, 2020, Mola acquired rights to the Bundesliga and the UEFA Youth League, taking over from Super Soccer TV. On March 27, 2020, Mola acquired rights to the WWE previously held by MNC Sports. This marks the return of WWE broadcasts in Indonesia after a two-year hiatus. In July 2020, Mola acquired rights from WarnerMedia Asia to carry select channels and films from HBO and Cartoon Network. In September 2020, Mola acquired rights to the National Football League.
On January 5, 2021, Mola announced that it has brought on board Ching Ping Lee as its Chief Technology Officer.
On June 16, 2021, Mola worked with Huawei to bring the Mola app to the Huawei App Gallery.
In June 2021, Mola started streaming in 4K with the European Cup matches, for the first time in Jakarta.
On October 15, 2021, Mola has officially announced their operational expansion in Europe & Southeast Asia with the same value as the Indonesian version. The streaming service would expect to go live in UK, Italy, Singapore and Malaysia starting October 29, 2021; which featured some of their original programming (including their Mola Chill Fridays concert series) along with some sporting events which Mola has been carried in Indonesia. They had previously brought the license from recently closed Fox Sports Asia for airing the entire UFC libraries, including the currently aired Dana White's Contender Series, into the platform for Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Mola is also the main sponsor of Como 1907, in which Djarum Group was the owner of both the streaming platform and the club.
Mola Sports offers live and on-demand streaming for many sports competitions. This includes live coverage, on-demand live replays, and supplementary content such as highlights.
Mola offers a selections of movies and series consisting of both local and foreign titles. It featured titles from foreign studios such as All3Media, Banijay, BBC Studios, Entertainment One, Fremantle, ITV Studios, Keshet International, Lionsgate (including Starz), MGM, Paramount (including Paramount Pictures and CBS Studios, which also carried Paramount+ and Showtime titles), StudioCanal, Sony Pictures, etc. They even produce original titles such as sports docu-series Dream Chasers: Garuda Select and Como 1907: The Real Story.
Mola offers a variety of both local and foreign lifestyle content. Most of them which was their Mola Chill Fridays concert series, which featured performance from Simple Plan, Keane, Jorja Smith, Honne, Kodaline, Aurora, LANY, King Princess, Charlie Puth, etc; along with Mola Living Live, which featured exclusive interview with some of the well-known names such as Dana White, Alec Baldwin, Michael Douglas, John Travolta, Mike Tyson, etc.
Mola offers a library of children's programming. They featured content from the pre-school age to the younger kids, along with original content for family audiences, such as their interactive family musical Sofa Kuning (lit. 'Yellow Sofa').
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