China's online revolution continues apace, with the number of online gamers in the country registering a hefty 24.8% rise to 69.31 million people this year.
Lionsgate's Asian subsid Tiger Gate Ent. has announced that it will launch its pay TV channel brands, KIX and Thrill, on PCCW's Now TV platform in Hong Kong.
Disney is raising the stakes in its penetration of the potentially enormous mainland Chinese market.
The Chinese government likes to bring out top helmer Zhang Yimou when it has major political events to choreograph, but the "Red Sorghum" director was absent when U.S. President Obama made his maiden…
China's state broadcaster CCTV chalked up a muscular 18.5% rise in bids in its annual auction for advertising slots, underlining how the world's third largest economy continues to simmer while the…
Chinese helmer Zhang Yimou is mulling whether to follow his comedic take on the Coen Brothers' "Blood Simple" with a World War II movie or a Cultural Revolution drama.
President Barack Obama's maiden voyage to China is causing quite a stir, drawing attention to Internet controls and giving Chinese citizens a glimpse of a man who is unusually popular among the…
Two of China's best-known media and entertainment companies Shanda Interactive and Hunan TV have formed a joint venture.
Singapore is hooking up with two muscular Asian shingles, South Korea's CJ and China's Polybona, for the first project to emerge from its Intl. Film Fund launched at Cannes this year.
CineAsia will honor Chinese actress Zhou Xun with this year's star of the year kudo at its convention in Hong Kong Dec. 8-10.
The roots of Media Asia, a Chinese powerhouse in the Asian market, are in many ways to be found in the classic Akira Kurosawa pic "The Seven Samurai."