Industry execs debated the prospects for the TV industry at the Broadcast Worldwide convention in Seoul on Wednesday.
ESPN STAR Sports has reupped its deal to screen Formula One motor racing in most of Asia.
"Ploning," a debut feature helmed by Dante Nico Garcia, has been selected as The Philippines candidate for the foreign-language Oscar it was announced Tuesday.
Korean auteur Lee Chang-dong is to produce and direct "Poetry," about a woman at the end of her life in search of new meaning.
Feature film projects by Pang Ho-cheung, Wee Li-lin, Kenneth Bi and Zero Chou are among the yet-to-be-made packages selected for the upcoming Tokyo Project Gathering (Oct 21-24).
"Cape No. 7," a debut feature by helmer Wei Te-sheng, has secured Taiwan's nomination as the territory's contender for the foreign-language Oscar.
PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom) and Hong Kong's PCCW have pacted to co-invest in Indonesian satellite TV group PT Indonusa Telemedia (Telkomvision) to deliver satellite TV, IPTV and other…
British TV distributor iD Distribution has sold more than 150 hours of lifestyle and factual programming to broadcasters across Asia.
Paramount is to produce a string of mobile comics based on its current crop of movie properties.
A number of Asian sales companies will skip Venice this year and go directly to Toronto. The combination of high costs and few films selected means the cost-benefit analysis weighs against the Lido.
NOW TV, the Internet-based pay TV company owned by PCCW, has pulled further ahead of cable TV rival I-Cable in Hong Kong in terms of subscribers.