Hong Kong pay-TV operator nowTV Thursday announced a carriage deal for All Sports Network, a new Asian regional channel currently being launched by Hong Kong-based Yes TV.
The Hong Kong government Wednesday threw its weight behind plans to transform Bruce Lee's former home into a museum.
The oft-rumored Shanghai Disneyland development has come one step closer to reality, with the Mouse House confirming that it is submitting plans for a new theme park joint venture with the Shanghai…
Barely three weeks into the theatrical run for "Ip Man," a sequel to the chopsocky period drama is already being fast-tracked into production, according to the film's producer.
Veteran producer Raymond Wong Pak-Ming has resigned as chairman of Mandarin Entertainment, the Hong Kong film distribution and production shingle he founded some 25 years ago.
Shaw Brothers' library of classic kung fu films will soon be coming to TV sets in Russia and other former Soviet countries.
Directors of several of Asia's biggest indie hits from 2008 will line up their next projects at the upcoming Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) in March (25-27.)
Hong Kong's Telecommunications Authority has given its consent to privatization plans laid out by local telco giant PCCW.
Three mobile TV licenses for the territory will be put up for auction in mid 2009, according to Hong Kong's Commerce & Economic Development Bureau.
Shaw Brothers founder Sir Run Run Shaw has offered to take his iconic film company private for HK$1.33 billion ($172 million).
With the credit crisis, the specter of the Mumbai terror attacks and Thailand's rumbling politics hanging heavy in the air, this year's CineAsia exhibition and distribution convention was subdued.