Commercial nets Television Broadcasts and Asia Television will launch free-to-air digital services on Dec 31.
TinselVision, a U.S.-backed video-on-demand service specializing in Bollywood films and Indian TV, launched Thursday.
The ninth Jakarta Film Festival has unveiled 170 movies to unspool at its Dec. 7-16 edition. Pics come from 35 countries.
"Goal!" (Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal) became the first Indian film to have a day and date release in neighboring Pakistan Friday.
Five Hollywood studios are suing a Chinese online service and a Shanghai Internet cafe for providing illegal downloads of their movies.
Foreign execs attending Australia's SPAA Mart last week were treated to surfing lessons in the roiling sea of the Queensland coast and watched over by vigilant lifeguards. Inside the SPAA Conference…
Recently promoted by Warner Bros. Pictures Intl., Erlina Suharjono has been named by the CineAsia exhibitors' convention as distributor of the year.
Indian major Eros Intl., enjoying record breaking success with "Om Shanti Om," has struck a three-picture deal with Mukta Arts, including two by self-styled Bollywood "showman" Subhash Ghai.
London mayor Ken Livingstone met Indian filmmakers and superstar Amitabh Bachchan Wednesday on a visit to Mumbai.
Authorities in Hong Kong and Malaysia have both raided illegal DVD burner facilities and disrupted production of pirate movies.