The Indian Film Co., Viacom's movie partner in India, has struck what it claims is a novel music-rights deal.
InterActiveCorp boss Barry Diller will join the speakers at this fall's Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia convention and trade show, which runs Oct. 28-30.
Japanese bank Nomura has invested $16 million in Indian digital cinema pioneer Real Image Media Technologies, parent of North America's Qube Cinema.
Celestial Pictures, the Hong Kong-based film library and TV channels group, has struck a three-year deal that will allow its movies to screen legally in China's booming Internet cafés.
"The Mummy: The Tomb of the Dragon Emperor" scared up boffo numbers on its opening day in Hong Kong.
With the Olympics starting Aug. 8, all the world — including Hollywood — is focusing on China. But the U.S. studios face a dilemma in the world's most populous market.
China and its population of 1.3 billion have been a tantalizing but elusive market for Western entertainment companies.
Walt Disney and the Hong Kong government are fighting over loan financing at the Hong Kong Disneyland theme park. The park, which is 57% owned by Hong Kong and has been open nearly three years, is…
Sony Pictures Television Intl. has picked up Asian distribution rights to a slate of mobile, online and TV content from U.K. animation house ZAC Toons.
Hong Kong film and TV conglom Mei Ah Entertainment swung to losses of HK$83.5 million ($10.7 million) in the year to March from a profit of $2.8 million a year earlier.
The Media Development Authority of Singapore has issued a niche TV license to Singapore Press Holdings. Company plans to launch Razor TV, an interactive Web TV service with an emphasis on local…