Move over Scary, Sporty, Posh Ginger and Baby: It's time for Curry Spice.
Golden Harvest Entertainment chairman Raymond Chow has sold a $13.2 million stake in the film exhibition and distribution company.
CNN will launch a channel aimed at South Asia beginning July 1.
Following a period of economic recession, internal upheaval and an industrywide slump, Golden Harvest is ready to reinvent itself.
The first Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) kicks off its five-day run today in an attempt to "revitalize and reinvigorate" regional filmmaking.
Village Roadshow has agreed to sell its 35% stake in distributor Golden Harvest Entertainment to Taiwanese computer maker Acer, according to local news reports.
News Corp.'s Asian satcaster Star TV will participate in a consortium to develop direct-to-home satellite broadcasting in South Korea.
Hong Kong Cable has dropped ESPN and its American-oriented sports programming in order to make way for more soccer coverage.
Thanks in part to a rebounding economy, profits rose 25.5% in 1999 at Television Broadcasts (TVB), which intends to move ahead with expansion plans.
The Asia Pacific advertising market -- valued at upward of $24 billion, excluding Japan -- has rebounded from the economic turmoil that roiled the continent over the past few years, according to…
The venerable Shaw Brothers studio has agreed to sell its film library for HK$600 million ($77 million) to a Malaysian company that aims to become a major Asian media player.