Taking that crucial first step into China's burgeoning TV market, in the face of thorny regulatory hurdles and baffling cultural issues, is something foreign media firms have wrestled with for years.
China is appealing a World Trade Organization ruling that its regulations on the importation and distribution of films, music and books do not comply with trade rules.
A Taiwanese city is resisting pressure by mainland authorities to stop it screening a biopic of the exiled Uighur Muslim leader Rebiya Kadeer, saying that it will not submit to censorship.
Asian countries have begun to reveal their entries for the Oscar foreign-language category, although China is staying tight-lipped on its entry.
Endemol Southeast Asia managing director Edward Sharples is ankling as the production giant restructures its Asian unit.
Hong Kong's Media Asia Distribution has announced a raft of deals at the Toronto film fest.
China's State Administration of Radio, Film and Television has issued a raft of new regulations.
It's been a boffo summer for China's booming box office, with total revenues of $253 million, up 67% over last year.
A Taiwanese film festival looks set to ruffle feathers in mainland China after organizers said they would screen a controversial documentary about Rebiya Kadeer.
China's biggest online gamer, Nasdaq-listed Shanda Interactive Entertainment, plans to sell up to $800 million in American depositary receipts.
Kai-Fu Lee, Google Inc.'s Chinese prexy who oversaw the search giant's rapid rise in the world's biggest online market, is ankling its Greater China unit to set up his own business, Google said in a…
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