Dish Network Corp. has added two Indian and three Chinese channels from News Corp.'s Star TV offshoot to its satellite service.
U.S. TV execs will be able to tune into the Indian entertainment scene at an April 16 session during the National Assn. of Broadcasters confab, which runs April 11-17 in Las Vegas.
Singapore distrib Scorpio East has signed up for a package of six films from Hong Kong's Emperor Motion Pictures.
Arguably the maker of the world's most colorful movies, Bollywood will finally be seen in high-definition video.
Indian financial services group Religare Enterprises and Vistaar Entertainment Venture have launched what they claim will be the country's first regulated film fund.
Global box office takings for UTV's "Jodhaa Akbar" have passed the symbolic 1 billion rupees mark ($25 million), proving that controversy sells tickets. The period romancer has clocked up $18.3…
Singapore TV group MediaCorp is to invest in a Vietnamese channel start-up and is launching an Indian channel in its home market.
Man Shu Sum has been tapped as head of Mark Burnett Prods. Asia and will quit as director of strategic relations at Singapore's Media Development Authority in May.
Pakistani cinema is entering the international age with moves to normalize the country's own movie industry and the reversing of a 43-year embargo against Indian films.
Lehren Entertainment is to launch India's first TV channel dedicated to Bollywood news and gossip in April.
Hong Kong's radio waves are in a terrible tangle. The sector is beset with legal suits, contradictory administration and the aftermath of a delightfully silly sex scandal.