Satcaster DirecTV has reupped its North American carriage deal for News Corp.'s Star cluster of Indian TV nets.
BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, announced Thursday a licensing deal with cell phone maker Nokia to provide premium video content on the Nokia N96 handset in Singapore, the Philippines…
The National Hockey League has struck a long-term deal with All Sports Network, a new Asian regional channel currently being launched by Hong Kong-based Yes TV.
Asian film financing is in a fog. For all its recent marching around, it is difficult to tell whether it is moving forwards, backwards or simply around in circles.
If the concept hadn't already been working so well in Rotterdam's Cinemart, Pusan's PPP would have a great case to make for patenting its winning project-market formula -- which it amply demonstrates…
The Lion City has the reputation of being the most generous film financier in Asia. That's not too difficult in a region where public funding of film is rare and mostly low value.
Adlabs, the movies division of India's Reliance ADA Group, says it has become the world's first cinema chain to commercially deliver movies to its theaters by fiber optic cable.
Thai femme actioner "Chocolate" has been acquired for North American release by Magnet Releasing, the Asian genre division of Magnolia Pictures.
There was no change at the top of the Korean B.O. chart as CJ Entertainment's lightweight historical action drama "The Divine Weapon" held on to top spot and "Mamma Mia" stayed second.
Producer Haruki Kadokawa, whose recent credits include the smash WW2 epic "Yamato" and the Akira Kurosawa period swashbuckler remake "Tsubaki Sanjuro," is directing his first pic in eleven years.
Michelle Son, head of sales at Korean production and sales company Showeast for six years, has launched her own sales outfit, M-Line Distribution.